Samsung Electronics today announced two galaxy book series. Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 Series based on the enhanced galaxy ecosystem, will work well with your Galaxy and IoT devices providing a smooth experience to make your workflow enjoyable.
Galaxy Book Pro just a clamshell laptop while Galaxy Book Pro Series is a touch screen convertible. Samsung claims that their new Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 reshape the PC for mobile-first consumers, bringing together next-generation connectivity, ultra-portable design, and elevated performance.
All of these models come with either a Core i5 or a Core i7. These all include Intel’s Iris Xe integrated graphics — there’s no discrete GPU option available. The Galaxy Book Pro 13 comes with 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage, while the Book Pro 15 goes up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. On the sides, you get Thunderbolt 4, one USB Type-C, one USB-A 3.2, one audio jack, and one microSD; the 15 adds an HDMI port as well. they do come up with 65w fast chargers.
The Galaxy Book Pro 360 is slightly more “pro” than the clamshell model. Both convertibles come with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and the 13 goes up to 512GB of storage while the 15 can get all the way up to 1TB. The Pro 360 13 also has an optional 5G in case you’re looking for something you can really use on the go. Ports are the same as those on the 13-inch clamshell, except that there’s a second USB-C in place of the USB-A.
The Galaxy Book Pro comes in mystic blue or mystic silver, while the Pro 360 comes in mystic navy or mystic bronze. My favorite option is definitely the mystic navy 360 — it’s very blue, and it’s the one to get if you want to stand out in the boardroom.
Previous Galaxy Books have QLED screens (which are LCD panels with Samsung’s quantum-dot technology) but now they have been upgraded to AMOLED panels that provide vibrant colors and details combining with HD resolution. The Galaxy Book Pro has Samsung’s standard “AMOLED” display, while the Galaxy Book Pro 360 has what Samsung calls a “Super AMOLED” display. The difference is that the “Super AMOLED” has an integrated touch function. Both displays are glossy, and they do kick back some glare. That said, I was able to browse the web and watch some videos on a bright outdoor deck, and they were very usable.
Source: The Verge
“We at Samsung have pioneered countless exciting mobile experiences – new hardware, software, and new ways to help you stay connected and give you the freedom to live your life to the fullest,”
“The new Galaxy Book Pro series offers true mobile computing for the connected world, enabling ultra-light, yet mighty portability, boundless connectivity, and a window into your wider Galaxy ecosystem.”Dr. TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics.
Basically, they are designed for remote work purposes that you can handle easily on daily basis. By providing the same ecosystem as Galaxy smartphones, the user experience will be great for Samsung Galaxy Smartphone users. Since Samsung has a huge market across the globe, these galaxy books will attract many consumers.
The Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 series start at $999.99 and $1,199.99, respectively. You can preorder them both today, and they’ll ship on May 14th.
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