Among the major changes, it’s now powered by Intel Centrino Core Duo and Core Solo CPUs (1.66GHz – 2.33GHz).
MobileWhack is reporting that an internal DVD burner is present, which would also be a major change (the Q30/X1 didn’t have internal optical drives). No word on if it’s using Serial ATA for its harddrives either. The Q30 had no fans for cooling, due to the Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M processor, which meant low noise. It’s safe to assume that the Q35 will have fan(s).
– 1280×800 display (previous: 1280×768)
– 667MHz Front Bus
– DDR2 Memory
– Improved audio and graphics
As of today, pricing and availability have not been made available. As we obtain more information, we’ll update our Samsung Q35 page.