The Notebook series 9 from Samsung, have four new personal computers in portable and convertible format, which Samsung will launch in the international market from the CES fair in Las Vegas to be held in January to start the technological calendar.
To ‘open up’, the South Korean firm has published some videos with its design, features, and performance of some equipment. We liked a lot in its presentation with its thin chassis made of an alloy called Metal12 that Samsung says is lighter than aluminum, Intel Core U latest generation processors with four cores and dedicated graphics.
Notebook series 9 notebooks will be offered in 13.3 and 15 inch sizes with native 1080p resolution and narrow bezels. It will also feature discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics. They can install up to 16 Gbytes of DDR4 memory and 1 Tbyte PCIe SSD for mass storage.
As for the convertible (Notebook 9 Pen) follows the trend of the segment with a system of hinges that allows the screen to rotate up to 360 degrees to favor various modes of use, from ultraportable to tablet, through modes of ‘tent’ for presentations or multimedia display.
All Samsung Notebook 9 laptops include fingerprint reader compatible with Windows Hello and the convertible also consists of an infrared camera for facial recognition and an S Pen. We know from its inclusion in Galaxy tablets or Note smartphones, which does not require Battery and is included in the convertible case, supporting applications such as Samsung Notes and the Autodesk Sketchbook.
The series will premiere in South Korea this month and will reach the international market in the first quarter of 2018 after its exhibition at CES 2018.