Samsung just upgraded their mid-range Windows 10 laptops, bringing premium features with the launch of Notebook 5 and the Notebook 3. They’re not quite as attractive as the Notebook 9 and its hidden pen, but they definitely have a better price.
All of them have full keyboards with ergonomically crafted keys, the screens are outfitted with anti-glare panels, and they’re pretty slim too! At under 20 mm thickness, the biggest one will add 4.34 lbs to your laptop bag.
The Notebook 5 brings a 15.6″, 1080p screen housed in a more premium-looking metal body. Meanwhile, the Notebook 3 is offered in two versions – a 15.6″ inch version and a 14″ one.
Want the highest specs? Get the Notebook 5, which has an Nvidia MX150 graphics card. You can choose an Intel 7th gen dual core processor or an 8th gen quad-core. The same processing options are available for the Samsung Notebook 3 in the 15.6″ inch model, but you can choose to opt for a budget, integrated graphics card.
The Notebook 3 version with a 14″ inch display has an integrated card only, but offers the same choices when it comes to processing.
All three Samsung laptops will launch this month in South Korea and will hit the global market in the second quarter of the year.