Samsung Ushers In New Era for Notebooks with its New R440 and R480 Models

Posted: July 27, 2010 in Tech

Samsung Electronics Philippines, Corp (SEPCO), a market leader in consumer electronics and world leader in IT technology, today announced its forward-looking R440 and R480 line-up of notebooks. With the built-in Intel ® Core ™ i-5 Processor, Samsung’s new notebooks moves faster than you do by allocating power where it’s needed the most. Whether you’re creating high definition (HD) video, composing digital music, editing photos, or playing the coolest PC games, Samsung’s new notebooks – R440 and R480 – enable you to multitask with ease and be more productive than ever.

These models all come in Samsung’s new Touch of Color crystal finish, with a distinctive S-pattern, together with LED touchpad lighting and a low-profile island keyboard for a seamless and elegant look with exceptional haptics. Their robust, scratch resistant Samsung durable casing withstands everyday bumps and knocks and also prevents smudge marks.

Samsung new notebooks offer stunning display options. Their HD LED displays provide the sharpest images and boldest colors. Their proper 16:9 aspect ratio also means that the very latest HD movies and games can be enjoyed without skewing and distortion. In addition, every detail is brought to life with video playback through the advanced 3D graphics processing power of the latest NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics card.

To add to these powerful features Samsung’s latest notebooks include a range of useful tools. The AnyPC remote PC access application enables a secure one-click connection to a home or office PC, making it safe and easy to transfer and view files on the go. The unique Phoenix FailSafe ® software provides useful tool for tracking your pc if it’s stolen. This powerful theft deterrence service lets you track the location of a lost or stolen netbook and encrypt, manage, retrieve or erase your vital data. Plus, the R480 has the USB sleep-and-charge port, which allows portable devices to be charged even when the notebook is turned off.

Perfect for power users on the go, the Samsung R480 incorporates advanced communications technologies, including 802.11bgn wireless, providing high-speed, efficient and convenient access to the Internet and your data anytime and anywhere.

The R440 notebook, on the other hand, is a tried and tested silent partner. With the mere press of the Fn+F8 keys, the notebook enters a super Silent Mode. Furthermore, it offers three operating modes-silent, normal, and speed. So now finding some peace and quiet is right at your fingertips.

“The Samsung R-Series notebooks are the complete all-rounders of the computing world – offering outstanding mobile performance and entertainment in a distinctive S-pattern and durable design,” says Jefferson Cheng, SEPCO Product Manager for Notebooks and Netbooks. “We are continuing to add to the R-Series with these latest models to meet the demand for a stunning visual experience that requires state of the art processors.”

Like other Samsung notebooks, the R440 and R480 notebooks have each been awarded the leading environmental and usability standard, TCO Certified and are ECO RoHS compliant. As well as being ergonomically designed for optimum ease and use of performance, Samsung notebooks are completely mercury free and consume significantly less power thanks to their LED backlit displays. Their ultra lightweight, robust and compact design also offers other ‘green’ advantages, as less energy is used in the manufacture and usage phase of their product life.

The Samsung R440 and R480 are available in leading computer stores nationwide. For complete product specs, please visit http://www.samsungcomputer.com

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