Samsung recently announced 2 new versions of its Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 2-in-1 laptop. The company has scheduled its launch for a vague 2019 release but didn’t mention its expected price. Both laptops are a rehash (13.3-inch) and an expansion (15-inch) of the late 2017 debut model. Samsung has dressed its 13.3-inch Notebook 9 Pen painted in a new Ocean Blue aluminum shell with gold diamond-cut accents. The 2-in-1 laptop will use another Intel 8th Generation Core i7 processor, the units DDR3 memory and PCI-based solid-state drive SSD, and 13.3-inch display yet-to-be-determined. It will have the ability to last up to 15 hours on a charge.
Some perfect enhancements to the Notebook 9 Pen 2019 are apparent in Samsung’s announcement focus around the laptop’s built-in S Pen stylus and the laptop chassis itself. A two times reduction in drawing latency is on the way to reduce the on-screen gap between the digital ink and pen as you draw, as well as now three distinct pen tips in the box. Samsung has equipped it with 2 Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports and one straight USB-C port.
It has been considered a massive upgrade in connectivity over last year. Moreover, the company brings back the two forms of biometric authentication. These are a face scanner and fingerprint reader. Samsung is mighty light on announcing the details, but it is expected that the Notebook 9 Pen 2019 specifications and price will match with the current 2018 model. It would be a Full HD touch-screen (1,920 x 1,080), with 256GB SSD and 8GB of memory. The expected price would be $1,299.