Excellent PLS (Samsung’s equivalent of IPS) display.
Amazingly thin and light.
Robust and stylish.
Good battery life.
Bright high resolution matte display.
Feels fast and ultraresponsive.
Moderate battery capacity.
Only two USB ports.
Needs special dongles for the network and display devices.
Limited potential for hardware upgrades.
By TopTenREVIEWS on February 28, 2013
To be a great choice for a business laptop, a device needs to offer both power and portability. The Samsung Series 9 business laptop nearly meets the requirements, but falls flat in a few key areas. While its portability is great and the battery life...63
By itproportal.com on August 09, 2012
Unfortunately, you do have to pay a premium for the Samsung Series 9 900X3B's superb design. At the time of writing, the cheapest price we found was £950, and most vendors were more expensive. As brilliant as the Samsung Series 9 900X3B is, its...90
By Gadget Guy Australia on July 25, 2012
Samsung’s answer to the MacBook Air may not technically be an Ultrabook, but that doesn’t stop it from being any less gorgeous or impressive. Can it topple its best in show Apple rival? The second model of Samsung’s Series 9 notebook...90
By Wired UK on June 11, 2012
The new Samsung Series 9 is certainly a stylish beast and manages the trick of being extremely thin and light. Performance-wise it's not exceptional, but its screen is gorgeous and keyboard is a joy to use -- plus it feels sturdy enough to stand up...80
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The Samsung Series 9 NP900X3B has many attributes to make it desirable. Design, performance, portability and screen are all points in its favor. But battery life – 5 hours – and few ports count as its major...-
By Expert Reviews on May 09, 2012
The best Windows Ultrabook there is, and an Ultimate award winner...100
By NotebookCheck on May 01, 2012
The 900X3B is a worthy successor to the first generation Series 9 lineup in almost every aspect and is without a doubt high-end quality hardware. In fact, everything that the 900X3B offers to users, it does extraordinarily well. Slightly lower battery...90
By Computeractive on April 27, 2012
Although it's not marketed under Intel's Ultrabook branding, Samsung's new Series 9 900X3B laptop is an Ultrabook in all but name. It's very thin, weighs under 1.2kg, uses a rugged 128GB solid state disk for storage and turns on in...-
By Notebook Review on April 16, 2012
If you want a slim, light and stylish notebook with a high quality, high resolution display then the 13-inch Samsung Series 9 must be on your shortlist. If you value the display above everything else, then there’s very little competition. However,...60
By HEXUS.net on April 13, 2012
Review: Samsung Series 9 (13.3in, 2012)by Parm Mann on 13 April 2012, 17:00 Tags: Samsung Quick Link: HEXUS.net/qabfa5 Add to My Vault: Can a laptop get much sexier than ASUS's Zenbook? We weren't too sure, but then Samsung sent us the...80