It handles your video games
Gamers know that most laptops just aren’t equipped to render a video game with the same precision from a gaming desktop. Quality is often compromised because it doesn’t have a fast-enough processor, or a high enough quality graphic card. On the 15.6in model of the Notebook 7 spin, you’ll have a Core i7 processor, which is one of the best processors for handling games, in addition to a graphics card that will make your games pop. That’s helpful for not just PC games, but also those for your Xbox One, because Windows 10’s new Xbox app can steam them right to this laptop. You can literally get your game on in any room in the house ... or in a cafe, or maybe even the office (if you're stealthy.)
... And your art
Besides handling video games, that big fancy processor also has another benefit for the more artistically-inclined: smoothly running editing software. If you’ve ever tried to run Photoshop on an older laptop, you know it’s a slow, painful process. Not so on the Notebook 7 spin, thanks to the Core i7 processor on the larger models. Also, the Windows app store has lots of options to literally make the tablet a canvas, like Fresh Paint or Artrage Touch. Maybe that fine arts degree wasn't a total waste?
It can charge nearly as fast as your cell
Now that we’re used to our phones being able to get a quick charge in just a matter of minutes, having a laptop take hours to charge can be a real pain. So, it makes even more sense that your laptop should need as little time tied to your outlet as possible. The larger models of the Notebook 7 spin can get two hours of battery life with just a quick 20-minute juice up, and a full charge takes only 90 minutes. The smaller models take 100 minutes to fully charge. Depending on what you’re doing, that could last up to 9 hours. That’s a lot of time no longer wasted fighting over an outlet at the local Starbucks, which is better for everyone.
It will sync up with your phone, whatever the brand
Just because you have an iPhone doesn’t mean it will only pair with a Mac, or an Android won’t properly sync up to a PC. Everyone seems to be playing together in the virtual sandbox a bit more these days. Windows 10 has a built-in phone companion app that, with the download of a few apps, make all your content on your device available on the Notebook 7 spin. But, if you do have a Samsung phone, you’ll get even more connected to this computer: Samsung has rolled out a new peer-to-peer wifi sharing platform that works seamlessly between your phone and Samsung laptop, making it crazy easy to send photos, notes, or contacts from your phone to computer -- no cord required. Now that’s some spooking magic.
It still can’t make your coffee in the morning, though -- maybe version 8?