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Samsung Notebook 9 Pen hands-on review

Samsung is much better known in North America for its smartphones than its computers and, at CES 2018 , the company is trying to take advantage of that fact.

All that sounds great for anyone who needs a laptop for travel, but can it possibly stack up against the Microsoft Surface Book 2 or HP Spectre x360 13-inch ?

The 13.3-inch display offers plenty of screen space, with thin bezels surrounding it, keeping the overall footprint down.

Brightness is a perk – Samsung says it can hit 450 nits — and the display looks incredibly vibrant when we handled it.

It wouldn’t be my pick if laptop use was my main worry, but if I wanted a great 2-in-1 – in a 360-degree format, instead of detachable – the Notebook 9 Pen would be on my list.

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