Samsung pull curtain off from its laptop, which is known to be Notebook 9 Pro. Samsung has brought the new Samsung Notebook 9 Pro with S Pen technology to the notebook line. As the previous notebook 9 series, the Samsung’s Notebook 9 Pro also features with the 360-degree hinge that makes it a convertible. Just like Lenovo’s Yoga laptops, it can also be used as a laptop or the tablet. It comes with built-in Samsung’s S Pen stylus. Samsung has hinged the pairing with an embedded S Pen, which slides into the base of the Notebook 9 Pro. So there isn’t a more chance you’ll lose it quickly.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro
The S Pen can detect tilt for shading (similar to new Surface Pen of Microsoft) which includes 4,000 levels. It also consists of Samsung’s Air Command software for notes, editing documents and drawing. Samsung is ensuring that its S Pen is completely compatible with Window Ink, which allows the users of Notebook 9 Pro to use across all of Window 10.
Samsung is releasing its laptop in two variants 13.3 Inches, and 15 Inches of Notebook Pro 9 and both are powered by Intel’s latest Core i7 CPUs. The smaller size variant of 13.3 Inches will feature with 8GB RAM, and the bigger size variant of 15 Inches features with 16GB RAM, while 15 Inches also includes AMD Radeon 450 Graphics card.
Both these variants include microSD card slot, 256GB SSD, two regular USB ports, a backlit keyboard, an HDMI port and one USB Type-C port. With support for facial recognition to log into Windows 10, there’s even a Windows Hello camera at the front.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro Launch date and pricing has not been provided by Samsung yet but has given the introduction at Computex 2017 that it will assume to make available at the end of this year.