It comes with a 360-degree touchscreen and it has support for Active Pen (sold separately). With a body built from light, but durable, magnesium alloy, the 13-inch Notebook 9 Pen is incredibly light, weighing in at just 2.2 pounds.
The Active Pen is the new Notebook 7 Spin's ideal companion for when users are attending meetings, listening to lectures or participating in conference calls. And because it is Active Pen-enabled, this can be as a tablet and traditional PC modes. The 13.3-inch hybrid laptop brings the familiar S Pen stylus to a laptop for the first time. The moments I spent with the Notebook 9 Pen were perfectly snappy and indicated that it would slot into my daily workflow without issue, but this since this still non-final hardware, you'll have to wait for a more complete verdict. It's also commendable for Samsung to include backlit keyboard, curved keycap and a precise touchpad called Clickpad. He said the 7 Spin will meet the digital lifestyle of today's consumers by connecting them with other devices and combining work and play seamlessly with a personalized experience. It runs on Windows 10 OS and is equipped with an Intel i5 processor and 256GB SSD drive.
Standard features on the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin include a VGA camera, a 43Wh battery and several ports: USB Type-C, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and HDMI, as well as some decent processing and storage specs. The S Pen is battery free, built into the device. The Pen itself has a fine, 0.7 mm tip and can recognize 4,096 levels of pressure, which makes it a good tool for artists. The accessory is ideal for to draw a sketch or jot down notes on the fly.
Samsung hasn't revealed its price, but the device has already gone on sale in South Korea. You can use it doodle, write, sketch, and paint. The United States and other markets would get it in the first quarter of this year.
Samsung has also added a fingerprint reader to the Notebook 7 Spin, which supports Windows Hello for quick log-ins.