Samsung brings new Notebook 9 Pen with improved display: Check price and specifications

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New Delhi : Samsung has launched a new Notebook 9 Pen which offers 15-inch display, improved battery and S Pen. To inform, the 15-inch size was previously only available for the regular Notebook 9. Now, the feature will be available for convertible 2-in-1 model that is offered with a built-in S Pen. 

Talking about the outward appearance, the body of Notebook has an all-metal and aluminum frame for a stylish and durable shell, just like the previous one.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen

The new Notebook 9 Pen comes with the latest 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 512GB SSD. The 15-inch model also gets an NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics chip. Both feature 802.11ac Wi-Fi, AKG stereo speakers with ThunderAmp, HD IR Camera, facial and fingerprint recognition.

It has a smart amplifier technology, ThunderAmp which lets users to smoothly increase the volume to the maximum for each of the built-in stereo speakers. There’s also a backlit keyboard, two Thunderbolt 3 ports and one USB-C port and a 54Wh battery. The battery has fast-charging capability and is said to last for up to 15 hours.

For now, the S Pen is a big selling point for this laptop and Samsung has made some improvements on this front as well. Company expert says that the latency has been reduced by 2x compared to the previous model. It’s even offering multiple user replaceable tips for the S Pen. The stylus gets stored directly into the notebook and doesn’t need to be charged. It’s got a new paint job as well which matches the blue and gold S Pen introduced with the Galaxy Note 9.

Availability of Samsung Notebook 9 Pen

The new Notebook 9 Pen is going to be available in South Korea from tomorrow. It will be released in the United States, Brazil, China and Hong Kong by early next year. Exact price is yet to be officially confirmed. Stay tuned with NewsHeads for latest updates.