In 2016, the Samsung Notebook 9 didn’t have any particular improvements in its design. Besides its slim form and lightweight, nothing was out of the norm.
2017 brought in late June a different content to Samsung’s devices, the Pro Edition which provides a convertible 2-in-1 tablet use and an S Pen stylus that usefully slips under the keyboard for storage. The most exciting part of the new Pro is definitely the S Pen, even though is the same one that comes with Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book.
Difference for an S Pen
It has a fine 0.7mm nib and is able to detect up to 4,000 levels of pressure, can support Windows Ink and the Galaxy Smartphones’ Air Command and it is a build-in battery-free. The Notebook 9 comes with the latest-generation Intel Core i7 processor, Samsung Dual Channel Memory for a faster speed and 16GB of RAM that can pack up to 512GB of space and a boost speed to are markable 3.5GHz. It has an Intel integrated HD card while the 15-inch version holds a discrete Radeon 540 graphics chip with 2GB memory. Thanks to its Metal12 magnesium-aluminum alloy and advanced durability provided by MAO treatment of oxide coating on the exterior, the device weighs just 2.2 pounds.
New trend in 2018
In 2018 Samsung will bring us three new Notebook 9 laptops carrying a 13.3-inch or 15-inch display that can come up to 1TB of storage space, finger scanner with no need to use password, facial recognition, and Windows Hello support. In a few weeks, we will get to know more information about the laptops since at CES is going to take place a new competition.
Samsung fights for much more mobility to its devices, also very lightweight to ease everyone’s access while using on-the-go Notebook 9. The company will provide now Samsung Link Sharing which is a system that allows you transfer photos, videos and docs on your computer to another smart device or PC. Also, with the brand new Samsung Message, you will now send messages straight from your PC to the contact saved on your phone and more.