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CES: Samsung Series 7 Ultra hands on video

10 Jan 2013

LAS VEGAS: Samsung unveiled its Series 7 Ultrabook at its Consumer Electronics Show (CES) keynote on Sunday.

Running using Microsoft's Windows 8 Pro operating system and featuring a touchscreen, Samsung listed the Ultra as a key part of its strategy to increase its presence in the enterprise PC space.

There is currently no official word on the Ultra's price or release date.

For more details about the Ultra check out V3's detailed hands on preview.

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