Samsung has spruced up its Series 7 gaming laptop for PC gamers who like some 3D action thrown into the mix.
The 17.3-inch machine has been refreshed with a "SuperBright" 1920x1080 3D LED display, according to Samsung. Fans of 3D movies can also take advantage of the new display courtesy of the unit's Blu-ray drive. And along for the ride is an AMD Radeon HD 7870M graphics card that Samsung says is developed for games and taps into DirectX version 11.1.
Thehas also gotten a paint job, splashed with a sunny yellow as a brighter alternative to the current darker finish. A 128GB solid-state drive supplements the standard 1-terabyte hard disk to offer a faster boot-up and dual storage.
Equipped with an Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU, the laptop comes with three three-core processors. Samsung is touting the unit's battery power and the reaction rate to fully drive the latest heavy-duty games. The Series 7 Gamer comes standard with 8GB of RAM but can be upgraded to a full 16GB.
The new laptop debuts tomorrow in its home base of Asia at a price of 2,990 won ($2,648). No word yet on when it might expand to other countries or what the price will be in other markets.
A Samsung spokesman told CNET that at this time the company has no plans to make the new laptop available in the U.S.
Updated 8:30 a.m. PT with response from Samsung.