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South Korean Tech Giant Samsung Brings Notebook 7, Notebook 7 Force Laptops

The Samsung Notebook 7 will start at $999 and will go on sale from July 26 on Amazon and Samsung, while the Notebook 7 Force is priced at $1,499

South Korean tech giant Samsung on Monday launched two new laptops — Notebook 7 and Notebook Force. They feature a brand-new design with solid metal frame, full HD display, 8th gen Intel processor, latest NVIDIA graphics and Dolby Atmos audio.

The Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force would initially be available in South Korea and Hong Kong, to be followed by the US and Brazil later in 2019, Samsung said.

The Notebook 7 offers 16GB of RAM and is also available with 512GB internal storage, although the 15-inch model will offer an expandable SSD slot to increase storage.

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To get ahead in the fast-changing tech industry, Samsung said it will expand investment in burgeoning tech segments to propel growth. Wikimedia

The Notebook 7 Force comes in a single 15-inch FHD model and is designed to offer more power and graphics performance for playing games.

It features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 that offers 70 per cent faster speed against the previous GTX chipset. It comes with 24GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage with 2 expandable slots.

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The Samsung Notebook 7 will start at $999 and will go on sale from July 26 on Amazon and Samsung, while the Notebook 7 Force is priced at $1,499. (IANS)

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