Samsung announces pricing and availability of its Windows 10 Notebook PCs

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 15, 2018

Samsung's Windows laptops are nowhere near as popular as the market leader's Android smartphones, disappearing from European stores altogether a few years back, but demand must be solid in the US. At the time, the company shared information about specifications and features, but failed to announce release dates and pricing for them.

Otherwise, the chaebol wouldn't be launching new Notebook 9 Pen, Notebook 9 (2018) and Notebook 7 Spin (2018) models on February 18, following two separate announcements in December and early January, as well as a full lineup demonstration at CES 2018. This 2-in-1 notebook is named partially for the included S-Pen, which can be used to write and draw while the Notebook 9 is in its tablet configuration.

Last but not least, the 13-inch Samsung Notebook 9 Pen is marketed as an ultra-lightweight 2-in-1 with an embedded S Pen, powered by an 8th Gen Core i7 processor, engineered with Metal12, and priced at $1,400.

Samsung's updated Notebook 9 laptops will start at $1200
Samsung announces pricing and availability of its Windows 10 Notebook PCs

All of the new PCs will be available from, and the Notebook 9 and 9 Pen devices will also be available from Amazon, with the Notebook 7 Spin available from Best Buy.

The Notebook 9 comes with either a 13- or 15-inch 1080p touch display with up to an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor under the hood. For $100 more, you can jump up to a Core i7, though RAM, storage, and screen size all stay the same. Finally, that 15-inch Notebook 9 will run $1,299.99 as well, though if you want to add an external NVIDIA GeForce MX150, you're looking at a final price of $1,499.99. Other than those differences, it seems that these Notebook 9 variants are using the same hardware throughout.

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