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New Samsung Notebook 9 Models will Sport Intel Kaby Lake Chips

Samsung Notebook 9

(Photo : YouTube Screenshot) Samsung is yet to confirm which Kaby Lake processors the company will use. However, one thing is certain, the new Notebook 9 series will be faster and will have better graphics compared with the last generation.

South Korean tech giant Samsung recently announced that the company's newest line of Notebook 9 series will be integrated with the powerful Intel Kaby Lake processors. Samsung is making headway into the Kaby Lake upgrade way ahead of its competitors, which are expected to unveil their hardware at the Consumer Electronics Show in January next year.

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Samsung's Notebook 9 laptops are available in two model based on display size, one has a 13.3-inch display, while the other has a 15-inch screen. Notebook 9 laptops are also known to be lightweight and support full HD resolution, according to Computer World.

Samsung is yet to confirm which Kaby Lake processors the company will use. However, one thing is certain, the new Notebook 9 series will be faster and will have better graphics compared with the last generation.

Hardware manufacturers said that the Intel Kaby Lake processors offer an improvement of around 5 to 15 percent in terms of performance compared with its predecessor, the Skylake. Kaby Lake's integrated graphics is also capable of handling video resolution above 1080p.

The Notebook 9 is not really known for its battery pack. According to The Verge, Notebook 9 models provide about seven hours of power on a single charge, which is not really as high compared with some of its competitors.

A premium configuration of the Notebook 9 13.3-inch model sports 16GB of RAM, while the 15-inch model has 8GB.

The two Notebook 9 models have two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, a microSD port, and one USB Type-C port. Samsung is yet to confirm the official price of the new Notebook 9 laptops.

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