Samsung Electronics on Monday introduced a new laptop named the Flash, which incorporates Intel's latest wireless lan card for a faster Internet experience, along with a retro-style keyboard.
The company said the new laptop boasts an Internet speed of up to 1.7 gigabytes per second, allowing users to download high-resolution video content online and enjoy it through the its 13.3-inch Full HD display with a 178-degree viewing angle. The laptop is powered by Intel's latest wireless LAN card that supports 802.11 ac 2x2 Gigabit Wi-Fi amnd it is optimized for KT's GiGA WiFi network service.
"To appeal to more millennial consumers, we worked with Samsung's design center in the U.K. while developing the new laptop," said Choi Young-gyoo, senior vice president of Samsung's PC business team.
The new Flash laptops, available in the colors white, charcoal and coral, feature the latest Windows 10 device and a fingerprint screening sensor (Windows Hello). Samsung's secret folder also helps users keep confidential files safe and protected.
The Flash laptop also boasts improved connectivity with other devices and supports the Universal Flash Storage cards, which are five times faster in terms of reading speed compared with existing Micro SD cards.
The Samsung Laptop Flash retails in S. Korea for 810,000 won (US$715).