It can be the hub for all your multimedia
Just because you bought a 4K display doesn’t mean you can just hook up any laptop to it and get true, 4K, ultra-high definition resolution. That’s because most laptops aren’t equipped to properly handle outputting a 4K video from your computer to a 4K TV or monitor, and will therefore compromise quality. But, thanks to a powerful graphics card in the 15" models and a USB-C output that comes standard on all, the Samsung Notebook 7 spin can. That means that any 4K video you’ve shot yourself and uploaded, a 4K Youtube video, or a 4K game, can be displayed with a simple adapter. Oh, and speaking of storing all that stuff, it shouldn’t be a problem: The Notebook 7 spin has a 1TB hard drive, which is enough space for 500 hours of movies. (Which may be too much for one binge, just our personal advice.)
It boots up in six seconds
Life is too short to waste valuable minutes on things like waiting for your computer to boot up -- there’s just too much internet to browse. And thankfully, that’s over with the Notebook 7 spin. The high-end 15.6in model comes with a 128 GB solid-state hard drive, or SSD, which is where the operating system, (or OS, for you techies) boots from. If that sounds like gibberish to you, here’s an explainer: the hard drive in most computers uses tech that’s been around since the ‘70s. It’s got glass discs in it that rotate and eventually wear out. An SSD is more like the SD card you put in your camera -- it’s quiet and Superman speedy. And while that SSD only comes with some more expensive models, those devices that don't have it (the standard 15-inch and 13-inch) are prepped for that upgrade if you want to make it.