Just before the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC),2019, Samsung has unveiled a few new laptops. The series includes the Notebook 7 13”, the Notebook 7 15”, and the Notebook 7 Force. In those, the Notebook 7 13” and Notebook 7 15” are standard business laptops and have a glance of Apple’s MacBook Pro. Whereas, the 7 Force is more powerful than the other two and is specially designed for developers. It has an all-black design. All models of Samsung Notebook 7 series have a strengthening metal frame. There present, a re-designed Lattice keyboard, wide touchpad, and stereo Dolby Atmos speakers make them the best. Even more, the Notebook 7 line has 8th generation Intel Core processors.
The GPU includes Intel’s UHD graphics. So developers and gamers can append additional GPU, if essential. They have a choice of graphical processors like Nvidia GForce MX250 or GForce GTX 1650 discrete graphics. The Notebook 7, unlike Apple’s MacBook Pro, features many useful ports, consisting of two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port, HDMI, and a microSD slot. So, no dongles are necessary if one wants to hook it up to an external monitor or connect multiple accessories — though it can’t connect via Ethernet.
According to Samsung, the Notebook 7 Force, available in Blade Black, features NVDIA’s latest GeForce GTXTM 1650 graphics. The GPU enables up to 70% faster speeds than the previous-generation GTX. Thus this machine costs $1,499, and for the price jump, it comes with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1650. Each Notebook 7 comes standard with 8th Gen Intel Core processors, 8GB of RAM, 1080p screens, fingerprint sensors. Samsung’s homage to the MacBook Pro starts at $999.99 and will arrive in the US on July 26th on Amazon and Samsung’s own online store. Customers can preorder the new Notebook 7 series from July 12. Although the Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force will first launch in Korea and Hong Kong, followed by the U.S. Later the series will arrive in Brazil. Notebook 7 will also be available in China.
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