"The asymmetrically stylish Samsung Series 9 All-in-one"
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The asymmetrically stylish Samsung Series 9 All-in-one
Hi, I'm Rick Brown from CNET.
We're here at CES in the Samsung booth and here we have the Samsung Series 9 All-in-one.
Now this system has a 27 inch screen which is one of many here at the show but we like this one in particular because it's not an obvious iMac ripoff.
You can see Samsung has a pretty unique design here with the asymmetrical setup and this curve tinge over here which really looks unique and overall the system is actually pretty interesting.
It has a 3D display which is uncommon in 27 inch, all the ones that we've seen so far.
One great feature is that the 3D in the system is really easy to turn on and off.
That's not that common.
There's a button here down in the screen you can push, brings up a little menu, and as you can see you can turn the 3D on and off very easily.
So Samsung is not giving us a price on its system yet and they only say it's available midyear.
So we're gonna have to wait a little bit more first for specific details.
We do now...
we'll have the most advanced Intel CPUs as well as AMD 600 series graphic (shift?).
I'm Rick Brown, this is the Samsung Series 9 All-in-one.
CNET UK at CES 2012
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