Meet The Samsung NoteBook 9 Pro With Built-in S Pen

Posted on May 31 2017 - 10:44am by Alex Curran

At Computex, the Samsung Electronics best known company all over the world, has announced a new notebook, dubbed as the Samsung NoteBook 9 Pro with S Pen technology first time. While the S Pen comes with a Samsung Galaxy Note line of smartphones and tablets, previously. Now, finally the S Pen is available with the notebook as well, takes start from the NoteBook 9 Pro. Also read about Samsung Mu series TVs, at that the company launched in the last month.


The newly announced Samsung NoteBook 9 Pro is the successor to the NoteBook 9, but it did not compatible with S Pen. The Samsung S Pen comes with a 4,000 level of pressure and it is able to detect tilt for shading, like the Microsoft Surface Pen. The S Pen can work with Samsung Air Command software, so you can draw, edit and makes notes and documents as well. The company claims that the S Pen is compatible with Windows Ink, which allows the users to work with stylus in all variants of Windows 10.

Aside from the new S Pen addition to NoteBook 9 Pro, there is also another interesting feature addition, which is 360-degree hinge. It means users can now use this notebook in different modes, including tablet and laptop.

The laptop comes in two size variants; a 13.3 inch notebook and 15 inch notebook. Both variants are powered by the seventh generation Intel Core i7 processor and coupled with AMD’s Radeon 450 graphic processor. The Samsung NoteBook 9 Pro 13.3 inch model packs an 8GB of RAM while the 15 inch model comes with a larger 16 GB of RAM.

As far as the storage is concerned, both models come with a 256GB of internal storage that can be further expanded with the help of MicroSD card. The connectivity options include USB Type-C port, two regular USB ports, and one HDMI port.

The company has not unveiled the pricing details of the notebook yet, but the Samsung said both models will available later this year. At Computex, the company just has introduced their devices, while we have to wait for these notebooks.