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.)

Specs Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 13” Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 15”
Display (inches, pixels) 13-inch, 1920 x 1080 15-inch, 1920 x 1080
Weight 2.5 pounds 3.4 pounds
Processor Intel 8th Gen Core i7 Intel 8th Gen Core i7
Graphics Integrated NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (2GB)
Memory TBA TBA
Storage TBA TBA
Ports Thunderbolt 3 (2x), USB Type-C (1x),
Headphone/Mic port, microSD reader
Thunderbolt 3 (2x), USB Type-C (1x),
Headphone/Mic port, microSD reader
S-Pen Included Included
Dimensions 12.1 x 8.1 x 0.6 inches 13.7 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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