Samsung reveals affordable Notebook 3, Notebook 5 Windows 10 laptops

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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With the coming of Spring, Samsung revealed some new devices that will provide users an enhanced visual experience, and they’re also affordable at the same time.

The company just announced the release of its new affordable devices, Notebook 3 and Notebook 5. Both new models are characterized by fluidity in their designs, and they are packed with the latest hardware for increased performance.

Notebook 3 and Notebook 5 key features

The Notebook 5 is available in 15 inches only, it measures 19.6mm, and it comes in the Light Titan color. The Notebook 3 on the other hand, measures 19.9mm and it comes in two variants, 15 inches, and 14 inches. You can find it in four beautiful colors: Night Charcoal, Misty Gray. Deep Peach and Pure White (the Pure White option is only available for the 15-inch display model).

Both laptops include an Intel Core 7 Quad Core CPU, Nvidia GeForce GPU, and a dual storage system. They also sport an anti-glare panel which is up to full HD resolution. Samsung Color Engine tunes the colors in order to obtain an exquisite visual experience.

More specs and hardware for increased performance

Both models of Samsung Notebook 3 are powered either by the 8th Gen Intel KBL-RU Quad Core or the 7th Gen Intel BGL-U Dual Core CPUs. They sport DDR4 memory, VGA cameras, SSD and HDD storage and 43Wh batteries.

Samsung Notebook 5, on the other hand, is powered by the same CPU as we already said and it boasts DDR4 memory, SSD and HDD storage, and a VGA camera. The devices will run Windows 10.

These laptops’ specs are pretty much the same, and a great thing about the devices is that they will reportedly be affordable.


The company is planning to launch the laptops in select countries starting this month in Korea, and broader releases will include Brazil and China as well, in the second quarter of 2018.



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