Samsung coming to CES 2018 With a high-end Chromebook code-named “Nautilus” in Las Vegas. The showcase will feature the new model of the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin as well as other windows 10 laptops. The device is so awesome because you can flip the screen to work in the Windows 10 tablet mode.
Features and Specs of Samsung Notebook 7 Spin
The Notebook 7 Spin come with the latest Windows 10 Fall Creators update. The convertible notebook features a metal chassis, a backlit keyboard and a touch-enabled 13.3-inch display with Active Pen support. The Active pen will work perfectly with the windows Ink. The new Windows Hello-compatible fingerprint reader is also included. Windows Hello is Microsoft’s suite of biometric login technologies and one of the company’s weapons in its war on passwords.
Samsung Notebook 7 Spin hood is all packed with an eighth-generation, quad-core Intel Core i5 chip. It also packs 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD. Joining the updated Notebook 7 Spin on the CES show floor will be Samsung’s new Notebook 9 Pen. With a 12.3-inch display, the hybrid notebook is wrapped in “Metal12,” a lightweight magnesium aluminum alloy. It features a slot for the included S Pen stylus, According to Samsung, the S Pen stylus features tilt detection, a 0.7mm tip and supports up to 4,096 levels of pressure for detailed doodling and other high-precision inking tasks.
If you feel that you are out of mommery, Samsung Notebook 7 Spin can take up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of NVMe (non-volatile memory express) SSD storage. Like the new Notebook 7 Spin.