Needless to say, the S Pen from Samsung can make your life a whole lot easier if you’re into graphical design or handwriting. Unfortunately, the last Samsung Note didn’t give you time to test all the improvements made to the stylus. However, Samsung did launch two tablets that worked with it and now, a convertible laptop that has it built-in, the Notebook 9 Pro #hardwaremagic
The latest laptop from Samsung is Notebook 9 Pro, a device that’s intended for scribbling notes or signing documents directly on the screen. The machine is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor with speeds reaching 3.5GHz. It comes in two sizes, with a 13.3-inch display or a 15-inch screen. The bigger model employs a Radeon 540 graphics chip with 2GB memory while the smaller one sticks to Intel’s HD card.
Here’s where the main differences stop. Both carry the S Pen, the same one seen with the Galaxy Book and Galaxy Tab S3. As you remember, it detects up to 4,000 levels of pressure and supports Air Command and Windows Ink. Basically, you don’t need to make a compromise anymore – you can get the power of a laptop with the touchscreen advantage of a tablet. Best of all? You don’t have to carry the stylus in your pocket and fear you’ll drop it every single time. Samsung has found a way to store inside the laptop, under the keyboard.
Notebook 9 Pro can be charged over USB Type-C with a compatible smartphone charger or you can plug it in a portable battery. There’s no info yet regarding price and release date but we’ll update the article as soon as it’s made available.