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Samsung Releases World’s First 19” Laptop

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With this laptop, Samsung is sticking its tongue out at Apple and going “Hah, ours is bigger!” The Samsung M70 is indeed a 19-inch laptop that will debut at the IFA Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin that opens September 2nd. Sure the screen size is pretty impressive, but that’s not the only thing groundbreaking about the M70: The screen actually detaches from the notebook and can be placed on to a dock, thus transforming it into a monitor.

Other stats of the laptop include a new mobile high speed CPU, a high end NVidia graphics chip (for a super-cool mobile gaming experience, we imagine), and the screen itself is a 1680 x 1050 TFT display.

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