Samsung unveiled the three high-end products, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and Samsung Galaxy book with its 10.6-inch and 12-inch versions.
These highly featured products seem to make a dashing entry in the arena of the laptop-replacing tablet with an attachable keyboard.
The Windows 10 powered Samsung Galaxy book will give serious competition to the other Windows 10 based Notebooks. The closest of the competitor might be $899 priced Microsoft Surface book Pro.
The Samsung Galaxy Book, 10- and 12-inch Windows 10 convertibles support the new S Pen features which were well-known in the high-hit Samsung note series. Both the versions come with the attachable keyboard which makes it easy-to-use and carry around.
Specs and features
The 12-inch Galaxy book is a bit better than the junior one for it is up-to-date with the high-tech features. The convertibles possess a suave appearance and support high portability. The 12-inch version has 7.4mm profile and is sleek and sexy. The convertible notebook sports the latest Intel Kaby lake 7th generation core i5 processor. It has 4GB or 8GB primary storage memory (RAM) and 128GB or 256GB of secondary storage data (SSD).
The junior book possesses 2.6GHz dual-core 7th generation Intel core m3 processor. Also, it has 8GB RAM and 64 or 128GB SSD storage space.
The svelte Galaxy book provides an LTE radio support and USB type-C ports. The S Pen support is extended with its 0.7mm nib to detect 4096 levels of pressure. Despite screen-off memo, air command and screenshots the S Pen will have more compatible functionalities. The pen will determine tilting angles providing wider applications.
Following Apple’s lead, Samsung has also brought the feature of flow software in its upcoming Windows tablet. The notifications of your handset will pop-up on the Notebook’s screen. It comes with remote control support and you can easily share and access the files from your Samsung devices.
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The 12-inch Galaxy Book will have HDR support which will provide a wider color gamut giving us pleasurable multimedia experience. It has high resolution 2160*1440 AMOLED display. Very less portable systems support HDR and Galaxy Book is the one, ensuring richer multimedia effects. The 10-inch Galaxy Book has LCD screen and full HD support but not HDR. It has 1930*1280 pixel resolution which also gives a good experience.
The higher and the lower version possess 30watt-hour and 39watt-hour batteries respectively. According to the South Korean giant, the battery life will last up to 10 hours. The Quick charge sporting in the Tablet convertibles doesn’t keep us waiting to get the batteries back to cent percent. Impressive though, isn’t it?
Samsung announced that the pricing for the Galaxy Book — its 10.6-inch Galaxy Book 10 with Wi-Fi only starts at $629.99, while the 12-inch, Wi-Fi only Galaxy Book 12 starts at $1,129.99. Add LTE to that larger model and the price jumps to $1,299.99.