Samsung Notebook 9 Pro pre-orders start June 11, in-store availability on June 26

Samsung has extended its PC lineup with the newest intro into the 2-in-1 device sector, the Notebook 9 Pro.

The product family will offer customers two choices, either a 13.3-inch or 15-inch model, both available in a so-called "Titan Silver" finish. These devices have a 360-degree hinge, come with a Full HD touchscreen display, and also include Samsung's battery-free S Pen, which has "more than 4,000 pressure levels", a 0.7 mm tip, and tilt detection.

The specifications of the two Notebook 9 Pro models are as follows:

Notebook 9 Pro (13.3-inch) Notebook 9 (15-inch)
OS Windows 10 Home
Processor Intel Core i7 Processor 7500U (2.70GHz up to 3.50GHz 4MB L3 Cache)
Display

13.3" FHD LED Display (1920 x 1080) with Touch Screen

15.0" FHD LED Display (1920 x 1080) with Touch Screen
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 620 AMD Radeon 540 Graphics with 2GB GDDR5 Graphic Memory
Memory 8GB DDR4 Memory (8GB on board) 16GB DDR4 Memory (16GB on board)
Storage

256GB SSD

Connectivity

Wireless 802.11 ac 2x2, Bluetooth 4.1

I/O Ports 2XUSB 3.0, 1XUSB-C, HDMI, MicroSD, HP/Mic, DC-in
Other

720p HD Camera (IR Camera), 1.5 W x 2 Stereo Speakers, SoundAlive, Internal Dual Array Digital Music, Built-in S Pen,

Dimensions

12.21” x 8.54” x 0.63’

31.01 x 21.69 x 1.6 cm

13.67” x 9.41” x 0.67”

34.72 x 23.9 x 1.7 cm

Weight

2.91lbs / 1.31 kg

3.79lbs / 1.71 kg

AC Adapter, Battery 40W, 54Wh, Fast Charging, External Battery Charging 60W, 54Wh, Fast Charging, External Battery Charging
Colour Titan Silver
Price $1,099 $1,299

Beyond the specs listed above, the displays' brightness can adapt to your environment, going up to "350 nits in normal mode, and 450 nits in outdoor mode, for extreme clarity even under direct sunlight".

The two devices will be available for pre-order on BestBuy.com starting on June 11, with in-store availability coming on June 26.

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