as far as form goes, Samsung never fails to win style-conscious consumers’ heart – especially when it comes to electronics like smartphones and laptops. the new aluminum-clad Samsung Series 7 Ultrabook (730U3E) is one good example of design excellency to come from the Chaebol firm. we shan’t sing further praises on its design as the images, which you can find after the break, has already spoken for themselves. on the specifications aspect, the 730U3E is powered by Intel Core i7 or i5 Ultra-Low Voltage processor and sports feature such as a 13.3-inch full HD display with 350 nit brightness, AMD HD8570M GPU with 1GB VRAM, up to 16GB of RAM, SSD up to 256GB, SoundAlive output through 2W x 2 JBL stereo speakers, a HD 720p camera, backlit keyboard, clickpad, up to 8 hours of battery life and the regular gang of I/Os including one USB 3.0, a pair of USB 2.0, HDMI, mini VGA, Ethernet port, a slim security port, as well as audio jack. it will be available in two versions: a regular display model and one with touchscreen functionality with 10-point multi-touch (you guessed, it will be running on Windows 8). the latter also boast 4G LTE connectivity for a true always-connected mobile computing experience. the Samsung Series 7 Ultrabook will be making its global debut at the 2013 International CES next week in Las Vegas. that said, information with regards to its pricing and availability is, naturally, unavailable at this point. in the mean time, click past the jump for a few more look at this portable beauty.