What you need to know
- The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360, Galaxy Book2 Pro, Galaxy Book2 360, and Galaxy Book2 Business are now available for order.
- All of the laptops feature 12th Gen Intel processors, FHD webcams,
- The Galaxy Book2 Business has a taller 16:10 display and a 12th Gen Intel vPro CPU.
- Pricing for the new Galaxy Books starts at $1,050.
Samsung announced four new Galaxy Book laptops earlier this year at Mobile World Congress. All of the new devices are available to order starting today. The lineup includes two convertibles, a traditional clamshell PC, and a business laptop that supports 4G LTE connectivity. The Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 (from $1,250), Galaxy Book2 Pro (from $1,050), Galaxy Book2 360 (from $900), and Galaxy Book2 Business (from $1,850) can all be purchased through Samsung's website.
The laptops share similar names but have key differences. Notably, the Galaxy Book2 Business has a taller 16:10 display, support for 4G LTE, and options with up to 64GB of RAM.
Our executive editor Daniel Rubino broke down the new Samsung laptops in more depth when they were initially announced.
During the preorder period for the new Galaxy Book laptops, shoppers could have received a free monitor with purchase. That promotion has since ended, but you can get up to $100 of Samsung Credit to spend on accessories, depending on the new laptop you order.
Galaxy Book2 Pro 360
This laptop features the latest specs in a convertible form factor that can adapt to different workflows.
Galaxy Book2 Pro
If you want the latest specs a Windows laptop has to offer but don't need a device that can flip around, the Galaxy Book2 Pro is a solid choice.
Galaxy Book2 360
Featuring an AMOLED display, a 12th Gen Intel CPU, and Dolby Atmos speakers, the Galaxy Book2 360 has a nice spec sheet compared to its relatively low starting price.
Galaxy Book2 Business
Featuring a taller 16:10 display, 4G LTE, and up to 64GB of RAM, the Galaxy Book2 Business was built for professional workloads. It runs on a 12th Gen Intel vPro CPU and has a wider port selection.
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