The Series 5 model runs Microsoft's next generation operating system, powered by an Intel Core i3 3220T Ivy Bridge processor and Intel HD Graphics 4000, with 4GB of DDR3 at 1600 MHz and a 500GB HDD.
Boasting 10-point capacitive touch-screen functionality, the machine's 21.5-inch display offers a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and comes with a built-in 1.3MP webcam for video chat and gesture control.
Support for USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and HDMI is also included, along with a multi-card reader and a DVD read/write drive.
The higher-powered Series 7 model features a 27-inch touch-screen display with a 1920x1080 resolution, backed by an i7 processor, 8GB DDR3 and a 1TB hard disk drive.
A lower spec 23.6-inch variant model will also be released with a lesser price point. It packs an i5 processor paired with 6GB DDR3.
Samsung confirmed that both machines will be available in October. The Series 5 is expected to cost around £500 in the UK, with the Series 7 models priced between £700 and £1,100.