Samsung Notebook 7 Spin with best-added features to it
Back in 2016, Samsung launched its first production convertible notebook dubbed the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin. Today, before this CES 2018, the manufacturer has gone ahead and declared a better version of this device with added features and a highly effective spec sheet.
The laptop includes a 13-inch screen that may be rotated 360-degrees to allow a tablet style. The screen includes a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and can be a touchscreen. To be able to ensure it is easy to use from the tablet style, Samsung has also added stylus aid together with the Lively Pen, which can be sold individually. Another significant addition to the bundle is that the fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button on the face of the notebook, which operates in conjunction with Windows Hello.
Coming to the functioning of the notebook computer, the Samsung Notebook 7 Twist comes powered by an 8th-generation Intel Core i5 chip. It sports 8GB of RAM and 256GB of all SSD storage. Continuing on to the connectivity section, there’s 1 USB-C interface, one USB 3.0 interface, a USB 2.0 interface, HDMI-out plus a mix audio jack.
Speaking on the launch, YoungGyoo Choi, Senior Vice President of their PC Business Team, Mobile Communications Business in Samsung Electronics, said “Our clients wanted a practical, intuitive apparatus that comes with a vast assortment of their preferred features, and that is what we’ve delivered with the Notebook 7 Twist (2018).”
Samsung is expected to showcase three new notebooks at CES 2018, along with the newest Notebook 7 Twist will be one of them. The notebook will go on sale in America and select countries in the first quarter of 2018, but a specific launch date has not been supplied yet.