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This laptop is light enough to carry around and powerful enough to get the job done.


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In a busy environment like a school or college, you need a device that is portable, secure, and packed with features that help you to accomplish your goals.

Meet the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro. This notebook keeps your work safe thanks to facial recognition from Windows Hello. No need to worry about people looking over your shoulder trying to steal your password.

Notebook 9 Pro has an ultra-fast Intel Core i5 processor coupled with a Radeon 540 graphics card.  This combination allows you to run programs and presentations in brilliant graphics and enjoy your favor games during much needed downtime.

This laptop comes with a pressure-responsive S Pen which allows you to navigate, create notes and drawings with the precision of an actual pen. The S Pen is always paired, never needs charging and has a holding port on the base of the laptop.


Photo Source: Samsung

While on the go, you can even charge up your laptop with the optional portable charger which connects to the USB-C charging port.

Here are the SPECS:
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Processor CPU - Intel® Core™ i5 7200U
Speed - 2.5GHz
Turbo Boost – 3.1GHz
Memory 8GB
DDR4
Storage 256 GB
SATA3 M.2
Display LCD – 15.0
Type – LED
Resolution – 1920 x1080
Touchscreen – Yes
Aspect Ratio – 16:9
Brightness 350nits
Graphics Chipset – Radeon 540
External
GDDR5 2GB
Sound & Camera Speaker - 2 x 1.5W
Audio Type – Mobile Audio
Internal Mic
Web CAM 720p
Connectivity LAN Card - Intel 8265D2W
LAN Antenna – 2 x 2
Bluetooth v4.1
Ports HDMI, Headphone out, Microphone In
1 USB-C™ [up to 5Gbps*, 4K display out with optional adapter, Charging], 2 x USB3.
Battery 3530mAh
4Cell/Li-ion
up to 11.5 hrs
Dimensions (L x W x H) 13.66" x 9.41" x 0.67"
Weight 3.8 lbs.
 






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