Samsung will play in advance on Apple, which tonight in California will open the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC19) The annual conference of Developers. The Korean company unveiled some new laptops that resemble the Apple's. They're called Notebooks 7, they have 13-and 15-inch screens, and they are applying for the alternative to MacBook pros.
Samsung's PCs, like Apple's rivals, are high-end and come with aluminum chassis, clean line, thin frames around the display and a reduced thickness. Inside are the eighth generation Intel core processors, up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB internal memory, expandable but only in 15-inch versions.
Alongside these, Samsung has also unveiled a more professional model, the 7 Force Notebook, which winks at the creators of video and game enthusiasts, but also those who use the PC to watch streaming movies at high resolution, thanks to the graphics card Nvidia GeForce Gtx 1650.
Computers, running Windows 10, are available in Korea, China and Hong Kong, and will arrive in July in the Usa and other countries. But not in Europe, market from which Samsung announced the release in 2014 with regard to mobile PCs.