Samsung Notebook 9

Samsung refreshes its Notebook 9 lineup


Earlier this year Samsung has upgraded laptops to its notebook 9 series. And the company is getting ready to do the same for 2018. Samsung introduces new 3 models today, instead of waiting for CES next month where we Generally see many new laptops. The 1st is Samsung’s Notebook 9 Pen, and maybe the most impressive of the trio. It is a 2-in-1, 13.3-inch notebook, and as the name suggests the Notebook 9 Pen includes an integrated S Pen, extremely like the Notebook 9 pro introduced in may.

Samsung is updating the Notebook 9 Pen to add Intel’s 8th-gen Core i7 processors, up to 16GB of RAM, and SSD storage of 512GB. The display resolution is 1920 x 1080, with a disappointing lack of a greater resolution option. Like most Lenovo’s Yoga tablets. Samsung’s Notebook 9 Pen will flip around into various modes for tablet or drawing use. Samsung has squeezed into an exceedingly HDMI port, 1 USB-C port, and an ordinary USB port. Alongside microSD storage and with Windows hello camera you can sign on Windows 10 with just your face.

Samsung is also refreshing its standard Notebook 9 models, with 13.3-inch and 15-inch updates. Both will ship with Intel’s 8th-gen Core i7 processors, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. The 15-inch model will also include an optional Nvidia’s MX150 discrete graphics chip. But both models will only feature 1920 x 1080 panels. Samsung is providing each variant with an HDMI port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, microSD storage, and 1 USB-C port. The 15-inch USB-C port will support Thunderbolt 3, and there is also an extra USB 2.0 port on the larger model.

Interestingly, Samsung has placed the “largest and most powerful” battery its ever placed in a laptop in both models. The 75W Hexacell battery must include a battery life increase. But the company is only committing to a vague “always-on power,” with fast charging support for when you need to top the battery up. Both the Samsung Notebook 9 and Notebook 9 Pen will be available in the U.S in early 2018. And we are waiting to get a closer look at them at CES next month.

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