Notebook 7 Spin from Samsung is not only a laptop but also tablet
If you want the advantage of a laptop, and at the same time that of a tablet, then here is the smart two-in-one combination gadget from Samsung called Notebook 7 Spin which you can use as a laptop or a tablet.
About four years ago, the Chinese electronics company Lenovo brought this two-in-one combination concept called Yoga 2 in the tech market which rapidly grabbed the consumer’s attention with screens that can be flipped all the way back to end up being a tablet, or be flipped in the middle for the tent and stand modes.
Now, Samsung has utilized the same concept as the Lenovo’s Yoga 2 on its Windows 10 laptop called the Notebook 7 Spin which is accessible in 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch screen models with full HD displays, along with HDR (High Dynamic Range) video support. Also in the engine is Intel’s Core i5 or i7 processor, 8GB of RAM (13-inch) or 12GB or 16GB of RAM (15-inch), and 1TB of hard drive storage. You can likewise design the 15-inch model with 128GB of solid state drive.
It needs to be mentioned that for Graphics, the 13-inch has Intel HD Graphics 520, while the 15-inch comes with the NVIDIA GeForce 940MX.
Furthermore, the new Notebook 7 Spin is not short on ports. There’s an HDMI, one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, one USB Type-C and a microSD card opening on the 13-inch. On the 15-inch you get those ports, and an SDXC memory card space rather than the microSD card.
Though Samsung didn’t mention the exact time for the 7 Spin’s battery, it did mention the time required for charging the devices, within 1 hour and 40 minutes the 13-inch Notebook 7 Spin’s battery would be fully charged while the 15-inch would take 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Available from June 26 from both the Best Buy stores and Samsung’s online store, the price of the 13-inch model is $799.99, and the 15-inch is $999.99.
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