Korean brand Samsung has just launched one of the most colorful products of the season. It is a convertible laptop fifteen inches a large for a sector moving average between eleven or twelve inches. With a new product Samsung puts the market a device that comes to Europe in two different sizes one of 13’3 inches and a 15’6. Both include LCD touchscreen 1080 pixels. The difference between the two models not only lies in the size, since the baby of the family comes with a processor Intel Core i5.
Both models include basic connectivity: HDMI port, another USB-C and three USB-A (two with technology 2.0 and one 3.0). The fifteen inch convertible also includes an Ethernet port. In terms of processing capacity, the smallest model comes standard with 8 GB of RAM. The large, meanwhile, can choose between 12 and 16 gigabytes. Storage ranges from 128 gigabytes to a tera.
Ultra fast charger
In the world loaded on laptops and convertible, the giants like Toshiba have announced their departure the Korean brand is betting on ultra fast chargers. A feature with which supposedly can get up to two hours of battery life with just 20 minutes of charging to the electricity grid.
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The HDR video is another feature of the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin with the Koreans promise a more vivid screen with rich textures and colors. In turn, the Apple gris sits as the basic and essential for portable computers and high end convertible color. The new Samsung device convertible will go on sale next June 26 at a base price of $ 700. It is not dated its official landing the Europe.
The commitment of convertible
Samsung thus joins other large Asian companies as if Lenovo firmly committed this new type of devices that aim to combine the best of a tablet and a laptop best lifetime. While it is, true that after several testing has and launches, these devices are having good results from the professional point of view. Meanwhile, the public has welcomed so far skeptically these products. According to data emanating directly from companies like Acer, up to a third of laptops sold in Spain they are convertible. Lenovo is one of the markets where these products have better results, where one in two devices are convertible a very above average Western trend.