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Samsung's Notebook 9 goes on sale March 17th

The Notebook 9 Pen starts at $1,400 and the Pro model at $1,100.
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Samsung has revealed its Notebook 9 Pen and Notebook 9 Pro will go on sale this Sunday, March 17th. The 2-in-1 Pen, as the name suggests, comes with an S Pen and has an aluminum body that's just under 1.5 centimeters thick on the 13.3" model. There are also versions with a 15-inch screen. The 13.3-inch model weighs 2.47 pounds and the larger versions start at 3.28 pounds. Samsung claims the device offers up to 15 hours of use on a single charge.

Gallery: Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and Notebook 9 Pen | 13 Photos

The notebook has fast-charging capability, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, a USB-C port and support for Gigabit WiFi. All models use the Intel 8565U i7 processor. It runs on Windows 10 Home, and has an Intel UHD Graphics 620 card, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage. You can upgrade those specs to a GeForce MX150, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD in the 15-inch model. The Notebook 9 Pen starts at $1,400 for the 13.3-inch model and $1,600 for the 15" version. If you buy one from Samsung's website by March 31st, 2019, you'll receive a $100 eCertificate towards a PC or accessories.

The Notebook 9 Pro, meanwhile, also has an aluminum finish with an Active Pen included in the box. It uses the same processor and base graphics card as its sibling, with 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. It too supports Gigabit WiFi and fast charging, while Samsung says you'll be able to use the notebook for up to 14 hours on a single charge. The Notebook 9 Pro is available with a 13.3-inch display and it weighs 2.84 pounds. It starts at $1,100.

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