23 July, 2014: The Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus is a rebirth of the Book 9/Series 9, a laptop line we’ve loved for years because of its solid shape, slim design, and strong performance. Samsung’s rebranding of Windows laptops to “Ativ” is a little confusing, as is the splitting of the line into two thin laptops: the Book 9 Lite and Book 9 Plus. The Ativ Book 9 Plus is extremely similar to the older Book 9: gunmetal-blue on the outside, silver edges, a curved, tapered profile like an airfoil, and a footprint smaller than a 13-inch MacBook Air. The Book 9 Plus is one of my favorite Windows 8 laptops, feels great to use, and I’d pay a few hundred more for it, begrudgingly. The Samsung Book 9 Plus opts for the latter path, and probably wisely so. It’s heavier than the last Book 9/Series 9, weighing in at 3.2 pounds versus the sub-3-pound wonder it was previously. It’s a little bit thicker, too, to accommodate the upper lid’s new touch screen. You probably won’t notice much; the last Book 9 was shockingly light, and this new model just feels normal.

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