Samsung has unveiled the Notebook 7 Spin multi-functional laptop at this year’s CES event and it looks to be an upgraded version of the original Notebook 7 launched two years back. The Notebook 7 Spin comes with support for the Active Pen stylus (sold separately) and an 8th gen quad-core Intel Core i5 processor.
The multi-functional laptop features a 360-degree touchscreen and is also lighter as compared to the previous Notebook 7. The laptop can be turned into a conventional tablet to give more ease of access to users. Samsung says that the Notebook 7 Spin has a fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button, which will work with the Windows Hello security suite.
There is only one variant of the Notebook 7 Spin and it will have a 13.3-inch, 1080p display. As mentioned above, the device is powered by 8th gen Intel Core i5 processor and supported by 8GB of RAM and 256 GB of SSD storage.
In terms of connectivity, the laptop offers there is one port each of USB-C, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and HDMI, alongside Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The laptop will be available in select countries by early 2018, however, as of yet, there are no known pricing details.