Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung today unveiled its upgraded Notebook 7 Spin 2-in-1. The device features a 360-degree hinge that lets you convert the laptop into a tablet, hence the name. Now for 2018, it comes with an 8th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, a fingerprint sensor for authenticating log-ins, and support for a sold-separately Active Pen stylus.
Aside from these changes, not much else is new. You’re getting a standard 256GB SSD for storage, 8GB of RAM, supposed battery life to “keep users connected throughout the day,” a backlit keyboard, and a 13-inch touchscreen with a 1080p resolution. You also have one USB-C port, two USB-A ports, an HDMI output, and a microphone. All in all, it’s a pretty standard convertible that, in theory, should get the job done.
Samsung has yet to announce pricing and availability information surrounding the Notebook 7 Spin so stay tuned.