CES 2016: Samsung Showcases 15-inch And 13.3-inch Notebook 9 Laptops

Posted: Jan 6 2016, 12:47am CST | by , Updated: Jan 6 2016, 12:49am CST , in CES

CES 2016: Samsung Showcases 15-inch and 13.3-inch Notebook 9 Laptops

While Samsung is known for its smartphones and tablets, many forget that it also makes laptops, TVs, and other home appliances. At CES 2016, the South Korean technology giant announced two new additions to its Notebook 9 series.

The new 15-inch and 13.3-inch laptops are lighter, brighter, and more secure. Samsung claims that the new models weigh less than 1 kilogram and are packed with security features that we found to be impressive.

For example, both laptops feature Samsung’s new Security CAM, which lets users to take and send photos through an equipped camera to a pre-registered email in case of theft. Wait, what? Yes, it has a special camera that can secretly take photos.

There’s also a Secret Screen, a Record Block feature for locking files, and Pattern Log-in. Samsung also managed to extend the battery lives of the laptops; the 15-inch model lasts 12 hours while the 13.3 can go up to 10 hours.

On top of these, the laptops feature Samsung Link 2.0 and SideSync 4.0, allowing users to access shareable content more easily and efficiently. Both laptops are powered by an Intel Core processor and Windows 10 OS, in addition to a 4GB RAM and 256GB storage capacities.

The New Samsung Notebook 9 series will be available in two colors: Iron Silver and Modern Pink. Expect these devices to hit stores early this year.

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