Sleek, ultrathin design.
Second generation Intel CPU.
Comfortable backlit keyboard.
Three year warranty.
Excellent battery life.
Hardy and scratch resistant duralumin chassis.
Poor wireless performance.
Maximum of 2GB RAM.
By Channel Pro on March 19, 2012
Despite its weaknesses, the Series 9 is a bewitching prospect: the combination of beauty, burly build and a class-leading display are enough to set anyone’s credit card twitching. And you’ve got to hand it to Samsung: the pricing is bold at...80
By ultrabookreview.com on September 20, 2011
The 2011 Samsung Series 9 was a beast at its time, with excellent looks and good overall features. Unfortunately it was just too expensive when compared to the average ultrabook and didn't offer enough in terms of battery life to become the hit it...70
By PCWorld New Zealand on August 22, 2011
The design of Samsung’s Series 9 laptop obviously used the aerofoil as a key influence.The brushed black metal surface of the lid and wrist-rest surround is duralumin, which Samsung says is the same as used in aircraft. The whole laptop is a mere...70
By PC Authority on August 05, 2011
Samsung takes on Apple, but the Samsung Series 9’s slender physique comes at a serious cost. Read our review....67
By ConsumerSearch on August 01, 2011
Reviewers are seriously impressed with the ultrathin design of the Samsung NP900X3A Series 9 ultraportable laptop. Measuring roughly 0.65 inches thick, the 2.9-pound Samsung Series 9 cuts a sleek profile that is rivaled only by Apple's MacBook Air....-
By V3.co.uk on July 21, 2011
The Chromebook is likeable and great at certain things, but it is not brilliant for business users. We like the keyboard and the simplicity, but the reliance on the internet is bothersome in 2011...60
By The Inquirer on July 18, 2011
But with that said, there's plenty of good stuff too. A nice keyboard, extrodinary battery life and a sleek design all help to make the price tag a little easier to swallow. µ...-
By Stuff.tv on July 01, 2011
Solidly made and blindingly fast to reach to the internet, but messy offline computing makes it a tough sell...60
By Canadian Reviewer on June 19, 2011
Offering almost desktop-level 64 Bit computing power (more than enough for most applications out there), the Samsung Series 9 is exciting not just for what it offers in the premium ultra-portable space but because it signifies where all future PC...90
By CNET Asia on June 08, 2011
If you can look past the S$1,699 price tag of the 11.6-inch Samsung Series 9, this laptop's slim design and long battery life might appeal to the business crowd....76