You’re probably familiar with Samsung smartphones, Samsung TVs, and maybe even Samsung home appliances, like futuristic refrigerators. People know Samsung for a lot of reasons, but their PC business generally isn’t one of them. While the South Korean tech giant sells a number of laptops, it knows that those devices aren’t as prevalent in the general consumer consciousness as competing Dell, HP, and Lenovo PCs.
Samsung wants to change this with the Notebook 9 Pen. The new flagship convertible packs in many of the features you’d expect of a 2018 ultrabook—a design with premium materials, an 8th-gen Intel processor, integrated graphics, and biometric security—along with a few classic Samsung creations like the company’s S Pen stylus.