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Photos: The Samsung laptops, monitors and printers spearheading business push

Plus the unveiling of a touchy all-in-one
By Jo Best, Contributor
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Plus the unveiling of a touchy all-in-one

Earlier this month, Samsung announced the creation of a new IT business unit, playing home to its laptop, printer and display tech.

The move represents an attempt by Samsung to make a bigger mark in the world of business tech. At an event in London's British Museum yesterday, the company took the wraps off some of the hardware that will feature in the new division's portfolio this year including this all-in-one PC.

The device will come in two models - the 20-inch U200 and the 23-inch U250, which will use full HD.

Both run Windows 7 Home Premium and come with multitouch capability, and will ship later this month.

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Alongside the all-in-one was the Q330, a 13.3-inch laptop and one of the Q-Series laptops announced yesterday.

Scheduled to ship in July, the Q330 features 4GB of RAM and up to 500GB hard drive. It also packs five hours of battery life.

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Also on show was this P580 laptop.

Aimed squarely at the business market, it comes with an hard drive designed to protect itself against accidental drops and the ability to continue charging any USB gadgets plugged into the laptop even when it's turned off.

The 15.6-inch machine comes with Intel's Calpella processor and runs Windows 7 Professional.

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Display tech was also unveiled yesterday including the MD230X6 multimonitor, made of six 23-inch screens.

Samsung's display customers include KFC and Heathrow Terminal 5, where 1,900 of its screens have been installed.

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On a smaller scale, the Samsung SyncMaster PX2370 was also launched yesterday.

The 23-inch monitor is 16.5mm deep and has 1080p full HD.

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Digital photo frames, such as the 800w above, will also come under the IT business unit.

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As will e-book readers, like the SNE-60 shown above.

The six-inch, wi-fi-enabled device will launch in the UK later this year and comes with 2GB internal memory - enough for 1,200 books according to Samsung.

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With printers also coming under the IT umbrella, Samsung launched a number of both consumer and business devices yesterday, including the ML-1665 shown above.

Samsung claims it's the world's smallest monochrome laser printer.

The device comes with Samsung's Print Screen button which, as the name suggests, will print whatever is on a user's screen at the time.

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