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Aug 28, 2012

Samsung Series 5 and 7 AIO Systems




The Korean giant is getting ready with three new all-in-one (AIO) computer systems for the up-and-coming Windows 8 launch this autumn. The new devices feature FullHD screens with 10-point multi touch support.

There are three new systems announced today by Samsung. The first one is a 27” AIO computer powered by Intel’s Core i7-3770T Ivy Bridge processor running at a standard 2500 MHz frequency with the optional capability of reaching an impressive 3700 MHz when Turbo is activated. This is a HT-enabled CPU from Intel that has 4 real cores and is able to handle 8 threads at a time. It comes with a huge 8 MB level 3 cache and a HD4000 iGPU. The maximum TDP is a modest 45 watts, and this leaves room for AMD’s Radeon HD 7850M mobile GPU to show its prowess. The second system presented by the Korean company today is the 23” member of the new Series 7 AIO family that’s built around Intel Core i5-3470T CPU.

This is a dual-core processor running at a default 2900 MHz frequency with a Turbo option of 3600 MHz and the ability to handle four threads by using Intel’s HyperThreading technology. The level 3 cache is a modest 3 MB and the iGPU is a handicapped HD 2500 iGPU. The TDP value will not go beyond the 35-watt mark, but unfortunately there is no discrete GPU to improve the 3D performance. The last AIO system announced by Samsung is a 21.5” model member of the Series 5 family that is powered by Intel Core i3-3220T processor running at a default 2800 MHz with no Turbo option. This is also a HT-enabled CPU that features a HD 2500 iGPU and has a modest 25-watt TDP.

All the new systems come with a 1.3 MP webcam featuring a special software that recognizes hand gestures, and they also have rather good integrated 14-watt speakers. The wireless keyboard and mouse will come next to a remote control and the rest of the connectivity is handled by two USB 3.0 ports, three USB 2.0 connectors, a HDMI port and a 3-in-1 card reader along with the usual Gigabit LAN, WirelessN and Bluetooth 4.0 HS. A Super Multi ODD is also present on all systems and the availability is slated for October 26, 2012, while the products are priced at $1700 (€1360) for the 27”, $1100 (€880) for the 23” Series 7 models and $750 (€600) for the 21.5” Series 5 model.




Samsung Series 7 and Series 5 AIO systems
Images credits to Samsung

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