Samsung Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch): Premium Features At A Friendly Rate
Samsung's Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch) boasts all the top class features and specs one can find in a laptop without hurting your wallet. The laptops are mainly targeted for business and professional use, so if anyone is thinking of buying a business laptop then he/she should consider this pro model from Samsung.
The Pro version of the laptop is an idea that has worked well for years. Apple has the MacBook Pro that helped in defining the "pro" computer. Microsoft has the Surface Pro that remains the king of the tablet PCs, and now Samsung has a higher-end version of its Notebook 9 series, called the Notebook 9 Pro.
According to CNET, Samsung Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch) features the Intel Core i7 processors with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. The pro laptop from Samsung boasts 1,920x1,080-pixel displays, and include low-end discrete graphics. The Notebook 9 Pro features an AMD Radeon 540 for the excellent graphics.
There is a stylish stylus in the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch), which is a same S-Pen model that is found in Samsung's phones and tablets. It's shorter and slimmer than some of the general pen tools used by other PC manufacturers.
Samsung's official website claims that Samsung Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch) brings flexibility to work with the powerful and versatile Samsung Notebook 9 Pro. It easily switches between typing on the keyboard, writing with the intuitive S Pen, and navigating the brilliant touchscreen. The laptop does it all at once with an ultra-fast Intel Core i7 processor and a Radeon 540 graphics card.
The Samsung Notebook 9 offers a number of Pro features, including a 360-degree hinge and AMD graphics. However, there are some quirks also like, the laptop has slim power button is situated on the right edge of the system, about halfway down.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro (15-inch) has a great set of features for a reasonable price. The included stylus fits into a handy custom slot on the body. However, as always there are some cons also that the device is heavier than many other 15-inch laptops, the body can get hot and the power button is awkwardly placed. The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro is packed with decent specs and features for a modest price of $1,199.99.
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