It has become clear to us that the market for laptops is constantly changing, from traditional clamshell models to two-in-one PCs that are capable of offering screen turns of up to 360 degrees, without leaving aside the fact which can be used as tablets.
Many of them, like the new Samsung Notebook 9 Pen, are taking an extra step since they are beginning to admit the input of the stylus.
On the Samsung side, the 2.2-pound premium hybrid with full 13.3-inch HD resolution includes a battery-free S Pen that recognizes up to 4,096 levels of pressure. Its 0.7 mm thin tip also has tilt detection, so you can use it just as you would with a real paper pen.
Samsung is also adding a set of potentially useful software tools, such as an app called “Samsung Message“, which will allow us to send messages from the laptop to the contacts stored on your phone, and a voice-activated note-taking application.
The Samsung Notebook 9 Pen will also features the following:
- 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor
- Up to 16GB of memory
- Storage up to 512GB NVMe PCIe SSD
- Backlit keyboard and precision touchpad
- Ports: USB-C, USB-A and HDMI, as well as a microSD input
- Fingerprint reader and front camera with IR technology for facial recognition through Windows Hello
- Chassis made of lightweight but durable magnesium and aluminum alloy
- The South Korean manufacturer has not disclosed the prices, but Samsung expects the Notebook 9 Pen to be available in the United States and the rest of Latin America during the first quarter of 2018.