Samsung announces two new laptop models under its Notebook 9 Pen lineup

Nearly a year after announcing new Windows 10 PCs from its Notebook 9 series including the Notebook 9 Pen convertible, Samsung has unveiled today two new entries to that 2-in-1 PC lineup. The new Samsung Notebook 9 Pen models come with two display size options: 13-inch and 15-inch.

Samsung claims the new convertible models have improved from the previous versions in terms of latency when using the S Pen. Plus, the stylus pen comes with three different pen tips.

The new Notebook 9 Pen features an all-metal and aluminium frame, giving it a premium and durable look, Samsung says. Here's the full list of specs and features of the convertible laptop:

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 13-inch Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 15-inch
Dimensions 307.9 X 206.2 X 14.9 — 15.9 mm 347.9 X 229.1 X 16.9 mm
Weight 1.12kg 1.56kg
Battery 54Wh 54Wh
Material Aluminium Aluminium
Display 13.3-inch Full HD 15.0-inch Full HD
CPU Intel 8th Gen Core i7 Processor Intel 8th Gen Core i7 Processor
Graphics Intel UHD Graphics NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (2GB)
Memory 16GB LPDDR3 16GB LPDDR3
Storage 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD
Wireless 802.11 ac wave2 2X2 (GIGA WiFi) 802.11 ac wave2 2X2 (GIGA WiFi)
Speakers AKG stereo speakers with ThunderAmp AKG stereo speakers with ThunderAmp
Camera HD IR Camera HD IR Camera
Biometrics Facial and fingerprint recognition Facial and fingerprint recognition
Ports Thunderbolt 3 (2) | USB-C (1) | HP/MIC | UFS & microSD Combo Thunderbolt 3 (2) | USB-C (1) | HP/MIC | UFS & microSD Combo
Keyboard Backlit keyboard Backlit keyboard
Pen Built-in S Pen Built-in S Pen

The laptops will be available in two colors: vibrant Ocean Blue and pristine Platinum White. Pricing details remain unknown for now, though. Samsung is set to roll out the new models in South Korea from December 14, with a global expansion being scheduled in early 2019 to more countries including the U.S., China, Brazil, and Hong Kong.

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