Samsung Unveils a 3D laptop equipped with a Radeon HD 7870M

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Samsung has updated its notebook of 17.3 inches from the 7 Series is dedicated to players. The main change concerns the graphics card that goes to the GeForce GTX 675m 3 GB NVIDIA Radeon HD 7870M 2GB of AMD, which is increasingly accompanied by a 3D display.

Last May, the manufacturer announced a first switching from one manufacturer to another GPU for its range of portable players, as the previous generation 7 Series was equipped with a Radeon HD 6970M. This change seems to have been short-lived and planned to make the transition than anything else. 

 

For the rest of the configuration, the manufacturer shall update some other components. This begins with screen passes to a 3D version while retaining Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) with matte panel with a brightness of 400 cd / m². By cons, we do not know if it is 3D passive or active, although a generation ago, it was the latter.

 The processor used is still the Core i7 3610QM Intel while the RAM with 8 GB of DDR3, so no change in that direction.Storage offers a novelty in being composed of a 128GB SSD with a hard drive 1 TB. The connection is absolutely identical to the model previously discussed, that is to say that we have two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, a pair of HDMI and VGA outputs and a card reader 4-in-1. Connectivity in turn relies on a smart Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.0 and a gigabit network port. As for measurements, they are 409.8 x 284.8 always x 32.9 to 49.8 mm and weighs 3.8 kg.For now available in Korea, Samsung announced.

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