Samsung Launches The Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force Laptops With Intel 8th Generation Processors

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Samsung Launches The Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force Laptops With Intel 8th Generation Processors

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Korean electronics giant Samsung has announced new laptops, called the Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force on the 3rd of June. The devices are the latest entrant in the company’s Notebook 7 lineup and feature updated specifications and features over their predecessors. While the Notebook 7 Force has been launched in only a 15.6-inch display option, the regular Notebook 7 will be available in two sizes, 13 and 15 inches respectively.

Samsung Notebook 7, 7 Force

Samsung Notebook 7

The Notebook 7 by Samsung feature metal construction with a design that is reminiscent of Apple’s MacBook lineup. As mentioned above, the devices have been launched with displays measuring 13.3 and 15.6 inches. Irrespective of the display size, its resolution is capped at 1920 x 1080 px. In terms of connectivity, the laptop features a variety of ports, including two USB 3.0 ports, USB Type C port, an HDMI port and a microSD slot. All the devices in the lineup also have a 720p HD webcam with Dual Array Microphones for video calls.

All the devices in the Samsung Notebook 7 lineup run on Intel’s 8th Generation Processors and support up to 16GB LPDDR3 RAM and 512GB NVMe SSD. In terms of graphics, the base variants feature Intel UHD graphics, but there is an option of upgrading to the NVIDIA GeForce MX250 as well. All the variants have fingerprint sensors for Windows Hello authentication and have a backlit keyboard.

Samsung Notebook 7 Force

The Notebook 7 Force, on the other hand, is a more premium offering in the lineup. It has a similar design to the rest of the Notebook 7 series but is available only in black colour. The laptop also runs on 8th generation Intel Core processors, has a backlit keyboard, and a fingerprint sensor. In terms of graphics, it has the NVIDIA GeForce 1650 GPU for better gaming performance than the rest of the lineup.

Samsung Notebook 7

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All the devices in the Notebook 7 series will be initially sold in Hong Kong and Korea and later made available in the US and Brazil in late 2019. While the 13.3-inch Notebook 7 is priced at US$ 999(Rs. 69,400), the 15.6 inch will cost US$ 1,099 (Rs. 76,400). The Notebook 7 Force has been priced at US$ 1,499 (Rs. 1,04,100).

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