updated 02:35 pm EDT, Thu June 21, 2007
Samsung Sens Q70
Samsung today showcased a new addition to its Sens notebook line. The Q70 is based on Intel's Santa Rosa platform and shares in the faster Core 2 Duos using an 800MHz bus, 802.11n wireless, and GMA X3100 video in base models while staying small with a 13.3-inch screen; more advanced versions also pick up a GeForce 8400M graphics chipset. Its hybrid glossy black and brushed-metal shell also houses Bluetooth, a 6-in-1 card reader, and a DMB tuner for watching over-the-air digital shows.
Though shying away from releasing processor clock speeds, memory, and the resolution of the integrated webcam, Samsung confirms that the Q70 will ship in late June with prices starting at $1,824 in Korea. An American version is doubtful, but the new Sens is likely to join the Aura label in Europe at a later time. [via AVING]