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ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition (15.6” Full HD Touch / Core™ i7)

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Laptop! I just bought this laptop for college in August and it has been amazing. I've had no problems with it at all and it's incredibly fast. Only complaint is that the speakers could be louder, but that's really just searching for a problem. Awesome, awesome laptop. November 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Beautiful powerhouse, the only 15inch Ultrabook I love this Ultrabook, great value, slim and sexy, and everything I was looking for. No one else makes a comparable product, this machine is top-class. July 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent laptop, worth the expense After researching several manufacturers and numerous models, I selected this machine though it cost more than I wanted to spend. I wanted a battery that lasted most of a day, an SDD drive, backlit keyboard, newer wifi, and liked the speed and memory that was included. I was willing to purchase a 13" model, but the cost difference didn't justify reducing the screen size for me. Samsung has earned my trust with their cell phones and tablets (I have had numerous models over the years, and I am glad to see their computers are also superior. So far, the machine has delivered all that I expected and more. Should any problems develop I will update this rating, but don't foresee that at this time. June 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by very nice design, short on software i have the i7 15.6" touch book 9. it's amazing in many ways. the boot time is incredible and performance is solid. although i'm a power user on my other machines, i use this one for business, so the graphics and general processing power are not pushed in my case. but if boot time of the OS and application processing speed is any reflection, this laptop is super fast, and the battery lasts me all day with continual screen on time and 90% brightness. the screen in super bright, very accurate, and evidently efficient. qhd would be nice, but at the expense of battery life. all that's the hardware side. on the software side I'd say it's too weak and not supported enough in terms of driver development and general Samsung application quality. but two things: 1) windows 10 should offer a driver that should work with gesture based window toggling for workflow, which was totally overlooked by Samsung here, and 2) Samsung NA has said their laptop business is at its end, so... December 10, 2014
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