Samsung Series 9 900X3C
Incredibly light and thin.
Excellent battery life.
Bright matte 1,600x900-pixel screen.
Fast bootup and resume.
Good battery life.
Poor screen viewing angles.
Disappointing sound quality.
Lack of standard port connectivity.
By uk.hardware.info on March 21, 2013
Last year we tested the entry-level model of the Series 9, but were disappointed that Samsung used a very slow SSD. Samsung made up for that decision but finally using one of its own SSDs, and combined with the faster Core i7 processor it results in a...-
By Ubergizmo on February 19, 2013
The Samsung Series 9 2012 is a great laptop with a stunning design. It’s not always easy to see how things really “feel” in the real world when all you have are photos and videos, and Samsung should do anything it can to put these in...-
By G4tv.com on October 16, 2012
Video Review: Samsung's new 13 inch Series 9 notebook promises both portability and power with an LED display, Intel Core i5 processor, 4 GB or RAM and measures only a half an inch thick. Michael Kosta and Matt Mira take a closer look at the $1,300...-
By NotebookCheck on October 13, 2012
The Samsung Serie 9 900X3C-A04DE packed with fresh hardware has left a good impression here. We were pleased by the case, the matte PLS display with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels is just about perfect, the input devices are well designed and you...90
By Tom's Hardware on September 25, 2012
The problem we've had with Intel's Ultrabook initiative is one of consistency. We've seen Ultrabooks we'd be happy to carry around, and others that bore more bulk than we expected. Because those more rotund models employed larger...-
By Notebook Review on August 30, 2012
The Samsung Series 9 is the most well-rounded Ultrabook we've reviewed to date. It gets almost everything right – it even has decent speakers. The 1600×900 PLS display has fantastic picture quality with unlimited viewing angles and an...60
By InsideHW on August 21, 2012
Samsung has been experiencing nothing but success in the portable market for a while now. Truth be told, this applies to tablets and mobile phones much more than portable computers, but things are starting to balance out, it seems. We’ve been...-
By laptops.co.uk on August 20, 2012
If you're after an ultraportable laptop then this should surely be on your shortlist. However, whether or not it wins you over is whether you can work past the sometimes irritating trackpad, the smudge attracting aluminum chassis and the rather...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on August 10, 2012
We liked the look of the original Sandy Bridge-based Samsung Series 9 laptop, so the slimmer, even-more-lightweight Ivy Bridge-powered model had us salivating when we saw it at a preview in Sydney last month. But as always, the question with laptops...90
By mashable.com on August 09, 2012
Samsung Series 9: Now This Is an Ultrabook [REVIEW]Too many so-called Ultrabooks render the label nearly meaningless. The thrust of the idea is a category of extremely thin and light laptops that also perform well. However, Intel owns the trademark,...-