Samsung Notebook 9 Pro is a great set of features having a reasonable price. The built-in stylus fits into a versatile and handy custom slot on the body, and its central graphics card can hold light gaming.
The ghastly is that it’s heavier than various other 15-inch laptops, the body can get hot and the power button is clumsily located. Audio and battery life are both underwhelming.
The Samsung Notebook 9 Pro has a little design quirk but is jam-packed with features for an amazingly humble price.
Anyone considering of getting into the laptop business should think about one piece of advice. Take at least one product in your array and name it the Pro model.
It’s a scheme that’s worked very well for years. Apple has the MacBook Pro, which facilitated describe the “pro” computer. Microsoft got the Surface Pro, which remains the ruler of the tablet PCs, and now Samsung has a higher-end version of its outstanding Notebook 9 series, named the Notebook 9 Pro.
A slimmer stylus
The stylus is like similar S-Pen model found in Samsung’s phones and tablets. It’s slimmer and shorter than some of the pen tools utilized by other PC manufacturers, but it also slides right into a slot on the front lip of the laptop.
An on-screen memo of Samsung inking tools pops up when you pull it out. Microsoft’s Surface products, in comparison, snip the stylus into the side of the display, which is not as safe or as easy to fit into a thin laptop bag.
The S-Pen is inactive, so it’s not available to be as full-featured the Microsoft Pen Apple or Pencil, but for sketching and note-taking. One huge benefit of a passive stylus is that you never have to be concerned about whether it’s has batteries or charged up.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro
|Resolution/Display size||1,920×1,080-pixel touch-display, 15-inch|
|2.7GHz Intel Core i7-7500U|
|PC Memory||16GB DDR4 SDRAM 2,133MHz|
|Networking||802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.1|
|Operating system||Windows 10 Home (64-bit)|
|Price as reviewed||$1,299 or Rs 124800|