The latest update to Samsung’s lightweight Notebook 9 series has arrived. The fresh line-up features Intel’s eighth generation Core i7 system-on-chip. As noted by ZD Net, design-wise there doesn’t seem to be any difference in Samsung Notebook 9 in comparison to its predecessor. The South-Korean technology giant has assured a quality “always-on” experience with bigger batteries in place.
The latest Samsung Notebook 9 (2018) series consists of two different ranges, i.e. one that features a 13.3-inch display and another one that features a 15-inch screen. There is also another 13-inch foldable Note 9 in the offing. It packs the 2-in-1 ability and is accompanied with the Samsung digital stylus S Pen. The digital pen can easily be stored in the slot next to the touchpad of the laptop. All the three notebooks sports magnesium-aluminium chassis. Furthermore, the Samsung Notebook 9 Pen also comes with a unique 360-degree hinge, which allows individuals to twist the device into a tablet. On the storage front, the invention offers 16GB of RAM along with 512GB of SSD storage. The plus point about Samsung Notebook 9 Pen’s display is that Intel’s HD graphics empowers it. As far as the connectivity is concerned, the device packs one USB-C port, one USB 3.0 port, an HDMI port and a microSD port. Other attractive features of the invention are its IR camera that is supported by the Windows Hello! Facial recognition program and Fast Charging technology.
As far as the other two products are concerned, the 2018 13.3-inch edition and the 15-inch edition goes on to offer 16GB of RAM. The line-up is powered by the eighth generation Core i7 processor. Apart from this, there is also NVIDIA’s GeForce MX150 graphics onboard. Thanks to the 75Wh Hexacell battery, Samsung’s latest devices comes assured with longevity. The company hasn’t announced the price for its most recent models as yet.