Samsung showcased many new products of different classes at its event in London tonight.
The first product introduced was the ATIV One 5 Style all-in-one computer. The system, which has a metal frame with a thickness of only 4.5 mm, comes with the Windows 8 operating system and, of course, it has a touch screen. At first glance, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that it looks like a large tablet.
Samsung’s second bombshell was the ATIV Book 9 Plus ultrabook. The system, which emerged as a continuation of the 9-series ultrabooks, is currently Samsung’s flagship. Slim design and high resolution touch screen are the most important features of ATIV Book 9 Plus. Additionally, Samsung is gearing up to launch an ultrabook model called ATIV Book 9 Lite, with some reduced features.
Perhaps the most impressive product of the evening was the ATIV Q laptop-tablet hybrid that can run both Windows 8 and Android. The device, which has a very large 13.3-inch screen, has a magnificent 3200 x 1800 resolution. The device also supports Samsung’s popular S-Pen stylus. According to the statements made, the screen of the ATIV Q offers perfect visibility even in direct sunlight. The hybrid device, which comes with a Haswell processor, has a claimed 9-hour battery life.