Samsung has released the Series 7, the company’s first gaming-centric notebook PC.
The Series 7 NP700G7A-S02DE model, showcased in NewGadget’s video, features a 17.3-inch full HD glossy display, the Intel Core i7 2630QM quad-core processor, 2GB AMD Radeon HD 6970M video card, maximal 16GB of RAM via four SODIMM slots, dual 750GB hard drives, and a Blu-ray combo optical drive.
Unlike the most of newer laptops, the Samsung Series 7 doesn’t have a chiclet keyboard. Instead, it sports old notebook style keys. W, A, S and D keys, used for navigation in games, are highlighted and the keyboard has backlight.
There’s a 2.1 sound system with a subwoofer, Dolby Home Theater Audio, webcam, USB 3.0, HDMI, and Bluetooth 3.0.
The NP700G7A-S02DE will hit the European market next month, with a price tag of 1,800 Euros. There’s no word on pricing and availability for the US market. We’ve tried to find info on NP700G7A-S02US (that could be the US model name), but there’s nothing about it on the Net.