Samsung laptop sales have reached record levels for the first time since 2011, and that’s partly due to the high price tag for its laptops, according to new research from Computerworld.
The laptop maker has sold more than 1.7 million computers, and with the new Samsung laptop hitting $500 to $1,000 for the Core i5-6500U, it’s more than double the sales of last year’s model, which cost $400 to $500.
The Core i7-6900U model also had an MSRP of $500 and is also on sale for about $600.
The latest model is the Samsung GS5-6400.
The Samsung GS 5-64000, also known as the GS5, is a quad-core, quad-threaded CPU and the first laptop with Intel’s Kaby Lake processor.
The GS5 has an Intel Core i9-5960X and an Intel Iris Pro Graphics 580, which are both powerful chips.
The processor is paired with a 6GB RAM upgrade.
The GS5 runs a new operating system called Windows 10 Pro.
It comes with a 64GB SSD and an SSD-equipped version of the Samsung HD Graphics 630.
The Samsung GS6 has the same hardware as the last model, the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The new model comes with 2TB of SSD storage and an 8GB SSD.
The new models also have a 10.1-inch, 1080p display with an IPS LCD panel.
It’s a 4K display, which is the standard in many high-end laptops, and the screen resolution is 4K.
The display has a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, so it has the resolution of a 1080p screen.
The screen is powered by an Intel HD Graphics 5X.
That means the graphics chip has eight of the company’s latest processors in its GPU, which allows it to run more demanding applications.
It also means that the display has faster processing power.
The graphics chip is Intel’s first quad-processor system and it uses the latest generation of Skylake architecture, which has been updated to support Kaby-Lake processors, according Google.
The Kaby lake architecture also includes HyperThreading, which can enable more cores per processor for more cores.