Samsung launches the Notebook 9 Pro and Notebook Flash, two distinct and stylish notebooks at CES 2019
At CES 2019, Samsung has launched two laptops: the Notebook 9 Pro and Notebook Flash.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro
The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro boasts of a full steel end, skinny bezels, and a personalized LED indicator bar. It comes bundled an Active Pen “with greater than 4,000 ranges of strain sensitivity”.
The 13.3-inch pocket book lacks a discrete graphics chipset so graphics processing is dealt with by the onboard graphics of its Eighth-gen Intel Core i7-8565U processor. It additionally comes geared up with 8GB RAM and as much as 256GB PCIe SSD storage. Connectivity-wise, you get two Thunderbolt Three ports, one USB-C port, and a microSD card slot.
The Notebook 9 Pro weighs 1.28kg and is comparatively slim at just below 14mm in thickness. It additionally boasts of a 14-hour battery life on common operations.
Samsung Notebook Flash
At a look, the Samsung Notebook Flash is harking back to a netbook with is charcoal black coloration and a novel knitted fabric-like plastic end. The 13.3-inch pocket book sports activities a typewriter-style keyboard however regardless of this moderately retro design, it additionally comes with a fingerprint scanner.
The selection of processor is both an Intel Pentium Silver N5000 or an Intel Celeron N4000, that are primarily based on Intel’s Gemini Lake structure, the successor to Apollo Lake chips. RAM and storage are pegged at 4GB and 64GB eMMC respectively. The built-in webcam can be lower than HD.
The 1.38kg Notebook Flash does include fairly plenty of ports, together with two USB-C ports, one USB 3.zero port, one USB 2.zero port, one HDMI terminal, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It additionally accepts microSD storage.
Both notebooks function Windows 10 Home and are anticipated to go on sale early 2019 in the U.S.