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Samsung, one of the largest manufacturers of consumer electronics, has unveiled the prototype of what
looks like the company's first notebook. A picture showing the new product and some details regarding its
technical specifications have been made public through the Korean Samsung official web page. At a first glance, the notebook appears to be using an OLED technology.

Unlike Sony, which is the company's biggest competitor on the LCD market, Samsung has not a powerful portable computer in its offer. Still, people can enjoy the benefits of a portable computer through Samsung's Q1 Ultra device, which is an Ultra Mobile PC. The release of what appears to be a 12.1-inch notebook will bring the Korean company to a whole new market, where it will be competing against names like Dell, Lenovo, Sony and others.

According to the translated web page, the company will built this notebook using the AMOLED (active matrix organic light-emitting diode) technology. AMOLED is said to increase the visual experience of people using the 12.1-inch yet-to-be-released notebook. Also, Samsung plans to use the same technology to release 15.5-inch displays somewhere in the next year.

At this point, details are scarce but what we can make from the picture is that it looks like the notebook is going to be really slim and will offer a stylish design. The keyboard appears to be using a touch sensitive interface, which raises some questions towards its capability to provide an error-free typing experience. There is also no place for a mouse, which makes one assume the notebook will feature a wireless connectivity option for that.

The new technology and news about the future portable computer were made available at this year's Los Angeles Display gathering. The Korean company had also presented other major products, which it plans to roll out by the end of this year or in the beginning of 2009.

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