Samsung announced its new Notebook 9 laptops in December last year and while it revealed details about the new machines, it didn’t say how much they would cost when they’re available for purchase in the United States. Those who have been looking forward to picking up these notebooks can now find out how much the new Notebook 9 models from Samsung are going to cost. Prices for the new machines start at $1,200.
The 13 inch Notebook 9 Pen features Intel’s 8th Generation Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. It offers a 1920×1080 pixel resolution display, a single USB-C port, microSD storage, Windows Hello camera, and more. The notebook itself can flip around into various modes for multiple use cases. It’s priced at $1,399.
Samsung is also going to sell the 13 inch model of the Notebook 9 without the stylus. It can be purchased with a Core i5 or Core i7 processor $1,199 and $1,299 respectively. There’s a 15 inch model as well with an optional NVIDIA MX150 discrete graphics chip. Prices for this particular model start at $1,299 as well.
The company says that these new models come with the “largest and most powerful” battery that it has ever shipped with a notebook. It’s a 75W Hexacell battery which should provide decent battery life though Samsung’s claims of “always-on power” can only be verified once these notebooks are put through real-world tests.
Samsung’s new Notebook 9 laptops will be available for purchase in the United States starting February 18th.
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