The new 200 and 400 series of business laptops from Samsung, now available at BT Business Direct, are designed with business users in mind and have plenty of appealing features for workers on the go…
BT Business Direct, one of the UK’s leading computer and technology retailer for business customers has recently added Samsung’s new range of business laptops to their product portfolio. The 200 and 400 Samsung Business laptops series boast some of the latest technology in processing power and storage, meaning they are uncompromising on performance for business users that need to get work done on the move.
The new range has been designed from the ground up to meet the various demands of the modern mobile worker. Its toughened Duracase Pro chassis, reinforced metal hinge and spill-resistant keyboard will all help to ensure the laptop lasts, no matter what’s thrown at it.
Samsung’s attention to the needs of business users is also present in the technology used for the battery in the new range. The PowerPlus battery is guaranteed to last up to 3x longer than standard laptop batteries and a secure biometric fingerprint reader to help lock down and secure files.
Speaking about the new laptops, Kimberley Beck, Samsung Specialist at BT Business Direct, said: “This new range of laptops from Samsung is all about business. With the demands of the mobile worker in mind they have produced one of the best business laptops we’ve ever seen.”
“Many of the models we have the available to purchase on site include the Intel Core i3 processors, so they are definitely no slouches, and with up to 4GB of RAM, multitasking is no problem and intensive programs run smoothly.”
Kimberley added: “All of this may seem like it would cost a large sum but our range starts from just £343.99 (excl. VAT) making it ideal for companies looking to buy replacement or new laptop computers for their workforce affordably.”
BT Business Direct is now selling a selection of the 200 and 400 series laptops along with the Samsung Docking station made for the 400 series, when users need to connect to external peripherals such as monitors, keyboards and company networks.