The Notebook 7 Force is Samsung's newest 15.6-inch laptop, and it's all clean lines and high performance wrapped up in a black metal chassis.
The Force, which will start at $1,500 when it's available in the US on July 26, is a traditional clamshell design -- not a two-in-one like Samsung's-- and looks very much like it's aimed at potential buyers. Samsung even went so far as to call the laptop's color Blade Black. Though, seeing as how tomorrow, I suppose it's also possible Samsung was tired of waiting for Apple to bring back , too, and decided to give people another strong Windows option.
And it does look from the specs like it'll be a good fit for anyone after performance for content creation and gaming. Built around a full-HD display with thin bezels on the top and sides, the Notebook 7 Force has an eighth-gen Intel Core processor (Samsung doesn't say which one, but I assume it's an i7 at this price) and . You'll also get 16GB of memory and a 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD and room to add a 2.5-inch hard drive and another SSD.
If you don't need the Force to be with you, Samsung also announced plain ol' Notebook 7 laptops available in 13.3- and 15.6-inch sizes starting at $1,000. These look more like the Notebook 9 Pro, though again, they're traditional clamshells and not two-in-ones. Components are similar to what you'll find in the Force, but with integrated graphics and not the GTX 1650. There will, however, be a 15.6-inch configuration with .
The Notebook 7 will also be available on July 26 in the US from Samsung and Amazon. Preorders start July 12.