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If you don’t spend much of the time on the road or travelling but still want to acquire a brand new ultra portable computer you should consider at least testing HP’s Folio 13-1035nr and Samsung Series 9 NP900X4B-A02US. These two systems have quickly become two of the best rated machines of their series and they first impress through a high video and sound quality, fast processors and very spacious hard disk drives where you can store al the important files and folders as well as the entertainment stuff. Also, the two computers come with smaller screens featured with ultimate technologies and high resolutions so you can get higher clarity.
The first model we want to introduce you, HP’s Folio 13-1035nr, comes with a n impressive design and a very remarkable configuration which includes among others a productive processor using Turbo Boost tech for a better efficiency, a large system memory and a very large solid state drive. More precisely, the system is run by an Intel 2nd Generation CPU part of the Core i5 series clocked at 1.6 GHz (up to 2.3 GHz with Turbo Boost), speed that permits you to do your daily job with more ease.
Apart from this, the computer stores all the important data, files and folders on a 128 GB solid state drive, while the multitasking moments will be powered by a 4 GB system memory, DDR 3 SDRAM. This machine is featured with a smaller display measuring 13.3 inches (1366 x 768 resolution, LED backlit tech, HD screen, Bright View) so you can carry it in a simple bag.
Dedicated to all those users who are in need of a good graphics and a more detailed image, this HP machine helps you to manage the photo and video editing through an Intel HD Graphics 3000 chip (1696 MB video memory). Finally, we add that the system costs about $750, but the price varies with store.
The second product we are to present you, Samsung Series 9 NP900X4B-A02US, this computer is much more expensive than the previous one and this is due to a higher potential and more efficient resources. To be more specific, the computer provides a larger display measuring 15 inches (1600 x 900 resolution, Super Bright Plus, HD+ tech, HD screen) so you can get higher video quality. This will therefore help you follow the online clips in higher clarity.
Just like the first computer, this one saves all the files and documents on a 128 GB solid state drive and sustains the multitasking through an incredible 8 GB system memory, DDR 3 SDRAM. Concerning the networking and interface, the system comes with three USB ports, two of which 3.0 type, and an IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Ethernet LAN respectively. As for the price, this computer, which uses Windows 7 Home Premium, costs about $1,400, depending on store.