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Samsung Notebook 9 now possess bigger size, Upgraded S Pen

Samsung Notebook 9 now possess bigger size, Upgraded S Pen
Samsung Notebook 9 now possess bigger size, Upgraded S Pen

CES might not be for a couple of weeks, but Samsung is currently receiving the ball rolling on new goods, beginning with an upgraded version of this Notebook 9 Pen notebook — that currently comes in brand new, 15-inch dimensions, along with the aged 13-inch form element. Formerly, just the standard Notebook 9 model offered the bigger dimensions, but today it is coming into the convertible 2-in-1 version, also.

Among the large new features on the upgraded Notebook 9 Pen is a better S Pen. The same as its own smartphone cousin, the Note 9, the brand new S Pen for its Notebook 9 Pen currently offers enhanced latency (Samsung says its up to 2 times faster). Samsung also offers multiple consumer replaceable advice for the S Pen, letting you personalize different drawing styles. (There is also a bright yellow paint job to the S Pen, to coincide with the Ikea blue notebook, a colour combination Samsung introduced using its flagship mobile earlier this season.)

SpecsSamsung Notebook 9 Pen 13”Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 15”
Display (inches, pixels)13-inch, 1920 x 108015-inch, 1920 x 1080
Weight2.5 pounds3.4 pounds
ProcessorIntel 8th Gen Core i7Intel 8th Gen Core i7
GraphicsIntegratedNVIDIA GeForce MX150 (2GB)
MemoryTBATBA
StorageTBATBA
PortsThunderbolt 3 (2x), USB Type-C (1x),
Headphone/Mic port, microSD reader
Thunderbolt 3 (2x), USB Type-C (1x),
Headphone/Mic port, microSD reader
S-PenIncludedIncluded
Dimensions12.1 x 8.1 x 0.6 inches13.7 x 9 x 0.7 inches

 

In terms of the remainder of the Notebook 9 Pen, it does not look that different from last year’s version. There are some new tweaks, however: Samsung is assuring the newest 8th Gen Intel chips, gigabit Wi-Fi, and also the interface selection was overhauled to provide two Thunderbolt 3 interfaces and one routine USB-C plug, together with a headset/ mic jack and a microSD slot.

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Without really getting some hands-on time together with the newest Notebook 9 Pen, it is difficult to tell whether Samsung has mended the larger problems with the recent Notebook 9 Pen — the most economical, plastic-y feel and also the bad battery life. Samsung is assuring a vague “2019” release window, but hopefully, we will find more info — including things such as real specs and a cost — come CES in January.

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