Cheerdancing gets livelier with a Samsung prize -

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SECOND runner-up finishers, De La Salle Pep

In the 2013 UAAP Cheerdance Competition, the winners in the group stunts category were each given a Samsung ATIV Book 9 computer.

Some information about what could be the next must-have in laptops.

With an elegant premium design, the Samsung ATIV Book 9 is so light it weighs only 1.26 kg and is quite thin at 17 mm. Available in black and white, it has a fast multi-tasking Quad-core processor that takes only six seconds to boot.

It functions like a tab with touchscreen capabilities, so one can enjoy his or her favorite Android apps using the ATIV 9.

“ATIV” is the reversed spelling of vita—the Latin word for life. Seems like the creative team had fun developing this Samsung laptop.

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