Reviews and Problems with Samsung NP900X1 - series 11"
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Battery performance 9
Gaming performance 6
Review Samsung Series 9 900X1B Subnotebook
12 September 2011
Summary: Haute Couture. Samsung wants to continue the success story of the bigger 900X3A with the 900X1B of the Series 9. The South Korean company fuses performance and battery life in an ultra slim and undoubtedly elegant case made of Duraluminum. Read in this review, if Samsung has launched its first ultrabook onto the market with the 900X1B and if the Apple MacBook Air 11 has to reinforce its efforts.
Pros: Appealing, modern design, Comparatively good stability, Adequate scope of interfaces, Generous input devices, Illuminated keyboard, Matt display with good rates, Good application performance, Swift SSD memory, Convincing consumption rates and battery runtimes, The supplied overall impression and the performance of Intel's Core i3-2357M ULV CPU in interplay with the fast SSD memory.
Cons: Only expandable to an extent, Wobbly port covers, HDMI only via adapter (not included in scope of delivery), No docking port or 3G UMTS module, Temperature development during load, Charging the LiP battery needs a very long time, A docking port and a built-in 3G UMTS module, which belongs to the standards of such a device in our opinion.