Samsung’s New 2-in-1 Notebook 7 Spin Offers Fast Charging

Samsung is announcing a new Windows 10 laptop in the burgeoning convertible segment: the Notebook 7 Spin. The system is a high-end product with just enough special features to distinguish itself.

The display on the front comes in 13.3 and 15.5-inch configurations. The resolution remains 1080p either way. It supports the “Video HDR” mode for making content appear livelier and more vivid.

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Under the hood, you get an Intel Core i5 processor in the smaller version along with integrated graphics, or a Core i7 with Nvidia’s 960MX GPU in the larger model. The smaller model gets 8 GB worth RAM, while the larger one is home to either 12 or 16 GB combinations. Storage is set at a 1 TB HDD, with a secondary 128 GB SSD in the 16 GB model.

Connectivity is especially well-covered with USB Type-C, USB Type-A (2 x 2.0, 1 x 3.0), Ethernet, HDMI and a headphone jack. Of course, there will be Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to cover wireless. The Windows 10-running Notebook 7 Spin also supports Windows Continuum. Backlit keyboard comes as standard.

The big focus here is on the design, which supports laptop, tablet and tent modes. It’s good to see fast-charging finally making its way to laptops. Here, it will provide 2 hours’ worth juice in just 20 minutes, taking just 90 minutes to fully charge the bigger model.

Price is set at $800 (Approx. Rs. 84,000) for the starting model, making it an attractive entry in the convertible market. It will be available starting from the end of June.

Image Credits: Mashable, Official Samsung Press Shots


  • Ali Khalid

    Wish it ll be 84k i ll buy it but in pakistan it ll cost more than 100k for sure.

    • Taha Najam

      There is no tax on PCs and notebooks apparently.

  • Bilal Majeed

    Correction : The GPU in the larger version is GTX 940MX not GTX 960MX There is no GPU named GTX 960MX