The Series 3 combines power, efficiency and ingenious lightweight mobile design. Featuring exclusive innovations like Fast Start and PowerPlus technology, the Series 3 keeps you powered up, moving, and connected wherever you go—every day.
With Easy Settings, you have control over the most important setting of the Series 3. Switch networks in a flash for maximum efficiency. Adjust power settings to improve battery life and productivity without sacrificing performance. And modify sound and vision settings to create a truly immersive experience.
The Series 3 brings the power you need, on your terms. Samsung Control Center allows you to tweak performance settings, maximizing efficiency and workloads, while the Intel® Core™ processor helps you accomplish your most intensive tasks. And with PowerPlus Battery technology, you can work all day yet still have the power to do more.
How’s this for mobility? Featuring a streamlined and ultra-lightweight design, the Series 3 brings the power of a desktop anywhere, no delays. With a single touch of the power button, Fast Start technology brings you right to the internet or into favorite programs almost instantly. And if you’re just getting started, Easy Migration technology can quickly transfer all your files from your old PC, no hassles.
Reimagined to be all about you, Windows 8 lets you personalize your desktop and gives you instant access to all your favorite people, apps, sites and more. Use SW Update to keep your PC running smoothly with the latest software and drivers, and to download Samsung’s Quick Starter feature, which adds a toolbar and start button for easy navigation in the desktop view. Plus, connect to SkyDrive® and store files, photos, videos and more, so wherever you go, you’re connected to the cloud.
Measure battery life in not just hours, but years. Featuring Samsung Power Plus technology, the Series 3 retains 80% of the original battery capacity for up to 1,500 charges. After 3 years of use, there’s still enough battery for everyday use.
Color of the casing that the laptop comes in.
The diagonal measurement of a laptop screen, from corner to corner.
Total amount of available memory may be less based on system configurations graphics support, and other factors.
Accessible capacity varies; MB = 1 million bytes, GB = 1 billion bytes, TB = 1 trillion bytes. Please note that a portion of the hard drive is reserved for system recovery, operating system and preloaded content software.
Specialized CPU - in cell phones, computers, game consoles - that offloads graphics from a processor.
Storage that retrieves and modifies data in blocks, rather than individually, for optimal graphic performance.
Additional speakers that supplement or enhance the sound generated from a netbook's internal speaker.
Built-in, high-res camera above screen that enables user to video chat, conference, and upload clips.
Technology that links a computer to Local Area Networks (LAN) without wires, often for internet access.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface. Industry standard for transmitting HD video between components.
Universal Serial Bus. Interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer. USB 2.0 is high-speed.
Terminal that is used to connect a computer to Local Area Networks (LAN) via an ethernet cable.
Surface on keyboard (and monitor) that translates position of fingers to a relative position on screen.
*Battery life will vary depending on the product model, configuration, power management settings, applications used, and wireless settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will decrease with time and use. Test results based on independent third party Mobile Mark (or Battery Mark) tests. Non-Metric weights and measurements are approximate.
Anti-theft system in which a key or combination lock and cable apparatus can attach to the computer.
Width, height and depth of the laptop, as measured in inches (in.).
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