Samsung Notebook 9 Spin launches in China and South Korea
Samsung has begun to sell the Notebook 9 Spin in the US back in November, also adding multiple Notebook 9 portables to its lineup at CES 2016. Now, the premium 13.3-inch Notebook 9 Spin convertible hits South Korea and China.
The Notebook 9 Spin can be used in four modes - notebook, tablet, stand, and kiosk. It features a hinge that allows its touchscreen to spin 360 degrees and uses four sensors that detect where the display is facing. When used outdoors, this convertible automatically adjusts its screen brightness to maintain image quality, going up to 700 nits from the usual 350 nits.
The 13.3-inch display has a generous QHD+ resolution while other specs of the Notebook 9 Spin include a high-end Intel Core i7 processor from the Skylake family, Windows 10 Home, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD storage, and up to 7.3 hours of autonomy.
Pricing of this premium, full-metal body convertible in China and South Korea starts around $1,830 USD.