Samsung announces updated version of the Notebook 7 Spin

  • Samsung announces updated version of the Notebook 7 Spin

Samsung announces updated version of the Notebook 7 Spin

Samsung announced a trio of new Notebooks to join its 2018 line-up (some of which were already out in Korea), with the occasion of this year's CES: Notebook 9 Pen (image above), Notebook 9, and Notebook 7 Spin.

Samsung has announced a new version of Notebook 7 Spin that comes packed with a quad-core eight-gen Intel Core i5 processor.

The Notebook 7 Spin comes with a touchscreen that rotates 360 degrees on its hinge. No pricing has been revealed yet, but it will be available in the United States in the first quarter of the year. There is no update on the pricing of the hybrid laptop. It should be noted that the display has a matrix with a diagonal of 13 inches and Full HD resolution. And when you are done, it can be stored and shared via Samsung Cloud. Samsung is positioning the Notebook 9 Pen as a took for artists, and the S Pen - with its 4,096 pressure levels and its 0.7mm nib - is certainly quite good for sketching, especially when you have the screen folded back into tablet mode. We don't have any word on battery life yet, but the 13.3-inch version of the Notebook 9 Pen is powered by a 39Wh battery, which is nothing to write home about, while the larger, 15-inch, model has a 75Wh battery.

The Notebook 9 Pen features a single USB-C port, an HDMI-out, one USB 3.0 port, and a microSD slot. The Windows 10 Hello feature offers you to log in using a fingerprint scan or face recognition using the IR front-facing camera.

The company says that the new Notebook is designed for working professionals, students and those looking for entertainment.

Security features on the Notebook 7 Spin (2018) include a Windows Hello-based fingerprint sensor and a privacy folder. "This device meets the needs of today's digital lifestyle, combining work and play with a smart, seamless and personalized experience that connects users with their other devices", said YoungGyoo Choi, Senior Vice President of the PC Business Team, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.