N7 spin_2It seems that these days laptops are no longer content with being just laptops, and tablets are no longer happy with being just tablets, which has resulted in hybrid/convertible devices that can pull double duty as a laptop and as a tablet at the same time. This is either accomplished by having its screen detachable, or a screen that can completely flip around.


In Samsung’s case, the company has debuted the Notebook 7 Spin. This is the company’s latest convertible Windows 10 device and as you can see in the photos, it will be able to be used as a laptop or used as a tablet by flipping the screen around and propping it up, or flipping it 180-degrees to be used flat on its back.

There are a couple of models that users can choose from, which includes a 13.3-inch display or a 15.6-inch display, both of which will feature a resolution of 1080p. The 13.3-inch will be powered by an Intel Core i5 processor, while the larger model will come with an Intel Core i7 alongside an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX GPU.

It will also come with various RAM and storage configurations going up to 16GB of RAM, 128GB SSD options, and more. Samsung is also boasting that the Notebook 7 Spin will have fast charging capabilities and a 20 minute charge will be able to boost its battery life by an additional 2 hours. The laptops will be available for purchase from Best Buy and Samsung come 26th of June starting at $800.

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