Samsung’s new Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 (2018) offer long battery life and quad-core processors
Samsung has announced both its Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 (2018) series of notebooks that are not just built well but will tick certain points that you might be looking for in a notebook of premium quality. The Notebook 9 Pen is a 2-in-1 that features the S Pen while the Notebook 9 (2018) is your regular notebook that sports a premium chassis and powerful internals.
In fact, the 2-in-1 features Intel’s 8th generation processors, up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. The Notebook 9 (2018) models will be split into two screen models: a 13.3-inch one and a 15-inch one. Both of these will feature up to Core i7 processors, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of SSD storage. These notebooks will also come with an MX150 discreet GPU and a Thunderbolt 3 port for more throughput.
If you check out the specifications of all models, the regular notebooks feature a large 75Wh battery, which will be able to deliver tremendous battery life to the user. Though this will depend on what the user is actually doing, you will easily be able to experience between 8-9 hours when using the notebook for media consumption.
If you want to know about the other features of the Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 (2018), Samsung has detailed the following features.
The new Samsung Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 (2018) feature key improvements designed to support our personal and professional lives. These features include:
Notebooks designed for mobility – both devices are among the thinnest in their class for easy portability, and working on-the-go. Made from Metal12™ complemented by Micro Arc Oxidation (MAO) technology, both devices are lighter than most metal laptops, yet durable with the advanced MAO treatment of oxide coating on the surface to ensure to-do lists get finished regardless of where life takes you.
Added security and convenience – both devices come with Windows Hello built-in for secure authentication through the fingerprint sensor without having to type in a password, while the Notebook 9 Pen also features an IR front-facing camera for facial recognition login through Windows Hello. Both PCs feature the Privacy Folder for storing sensitive data.
High-quality performance – combining the best in portability with a high-quality display and strong performance, the RealView display brings a bright and accurate premium image, with lifelike colors and incredible brightness ideal for using the device both indoors and out. Both devices also feature the latest 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor and Samsung Dual Channel Memory for quick speeds to handle jobs like running multiple programs or viewing and rendering high-quality graphics without reduced performance or speed.
Productivity and collaboration – Samsung offers several tools that appeal to tech-savvy professionals such as Samsung Link Sharing, which allows users to transfer videos, photos and documents stored on their PC to another computer or smart device*. Additional software solutions available on both devices include Samsung Message that enable users to send messages from their PC to contacts saved on their smartphone**, as well as preinstalled Voice Note for voice-activated note taking, and Studio Plus for custom content creation and editing.
These notebooks are going to be unveiled during CES 2018 so you’ll know their pricing and availability afterward.