Samsung is doing everything it can to ensure that it makes a big splash at CES 2015; curved-display computing systems are the order of the day, with the ATIV Book 9 laptop complementing the release of the ATIV Curved All-in-One PC.
The ATIV Book 9 comes with a number of security features -- users can log in by drawing a pattern on the touchpad, a fancier version of the pattern lock feature seen on Android smartphones. Users can also hit the F10 button to prevent laptop voyeurs from checking out their on-screen content. This is an excellent feature for laptop users whether they use the system for business or pleasure, so to speak.
The ATIV Book 9 will cost between $1,200 and $1,400 depending on the chosen configuration.