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Available in both 13.3-inch and 15-inch, this powerful and versatile PC offers an embedded S Pen, a 360-degree touchscreen display, fast charging capabilities, an exceptional digital canvas for writing and drawing with Windows Ink, and the option to login quickly and securely with facial recognition using Windows Hello.



Built-in S Pen



The Notebook 9 Pro has a built-in S Pen to allow for a precise and natural experience. With a 0.7mm tip, it can detect more than 4,000 levels of pressure. The S Pen, combined with the touchscreen, allows you to draw in the Photos app or add notes to your map with Windows Ink, or highlight and markup webpages in Microsoft Edge,

Immersive display


With a 360-degree touchscreen display, this PC has incredible viewing angles and can be rotated to use in both notebook and tablet mode with ease; your apps will scale smoothly for easy navigation with Tablet Mode in Windows 10. The Notebook 9 Pro also has one of the most premium viewing experiences with a Full-HD touch screen equipped with RealView Display. It delivers professional grade color accuracy and brightness to enjoy immersive photography, movies and graphics at their best. The wide viewing angle on the Notebook 9 Pro provides viewing clarity for up to 178 degrees for clear pictures and text from any angle.

Powerful, ultra-fast performance


Driven by an ultra-fast 7th Generation Intel® Core i7 processor, the sleek Notebook 9 Pro makes it possible to work, create, and browse all at once for a smooth multi-tasking experience. The 13.3-inch model comes with 8GB RAM while the 15-inch model comes with 16GB RAM, and both featuring 256GB solid state storage.15-inch model also features a Radeon 540 graphics card, for brilliant graphics in everything from Photoshop to presentations.

To learn more about the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro announced today, head over here!

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Robbie

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Not into buying pre-fab machines, but I have to admit this looks good ;)
I've never built my own laptop but that sounds interesting. I'm into building my desktop machines. This one looks very attractive as well as the new Asus. If only they had gaming graphic cards hehe