The Notebook 7 Spin (2018) offers modern features including a 360-degree touchscreen; an Active Pen (sold separately) for quick and easy note-taking, as well as the power and performance for more efficient multi-tasking.
The Active Pen is the new Notebook 7 Spin's flawless companion for when users are attending meetings, listening to lectures or participating in conference calls.
The Notebook 9 Pen is another 2-in-1 PC. There is no update on the pricing of the hybrid laptop. The Notebook 9 Pen comes with a 39Wh battery, which isn't great. The display itself is alright, with nice colors, but the maximum brightness, which varies between 500 nits for the 15-inch Notebook 9 and 450 nits for one of the versions of the 13-incher, isn't really all that great for use under direct sunlight. Considering its 43 watt-hour battery, this convertible should have respectable battery life. It has a backlit keyboard, precision touchpad, and a fingerprint sensor. At the heart of the device is an 8th-gen Intel Core i7, backed by generous amounts of RAM-up to 16GB depending on the model-and a 512GB SSD. The Notebook also comes with one port each for USB-C, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and HDMI. And what better way to while away those precious moments between classes than using the S Pen to make GIFs by capturing snippets of video on-screen. As Engadget points out, Samsung is positioning the device for artists, and the S Pen comes handy when you are drawing or sketching in the tablet mode.
South Korean technology behemoth Samsung has announced its revamped laptops. The S Pen can recognize 4,096 levels of pressure with a fine 0.7 mm tip and convenient tilt detection to allow for a natural writing and drawing experience. It will be showcased at CES 2018 and be made available across select countries (including US) in Q1 2018. Considering it will be competing against Microsoft's Surface Book series, we expect the Notebook 9 Pen to undercut Microsoft's laptop.
At CES 2018, Samsung will launch the new Notebook 7 Spin (2018).