Samsung unveils its new Galaxy Book, Odyssey, and Pro 360 5G devices

Galaxy Book Angled
Galaxy Book Angled (Image credit: Samsung)

What you need to know

  • Samsung has unveiled details regarding its new Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Odyssey, and Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G.
  • All the devices will ship with Windows 11 "just in time for the holiday gift giving season."
  • The Galaxy Book will start at $749 while the Odyssey and Pro 360 5G will start at $1,399.

Samsung is back with new products for the holiday 2021 shopping season. You can expect three new major items from the company: The new Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Odyssey, and Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G. All will ship with Windows 11 and are expected to arrive this year, though specific release dates vary.

The Galaxy Book hits shelves today if you're fine with ordering from Samsung's or Best Buy's websites. You'll have to wait until November 15, 2021, if you want to pick up the device at a physical Best Buy location.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Book Odyssey arrives at online retailers on November 11, 2021. Expect to see it at Best Buy, Microsoft, Amazon, Newegg, Micro Center, and of course, Samsung's very own site.

Silver will be the color option for the new Galaxy Book, which is set to start at $749 when it releases. It will feature an Intel processor and maintain an emphasis on device portability.

The Galaxy Book Odyssey will have more horsepower if that's what you need. Between 11th Gen Intel Core H-Series processors, an RTX 3050 Ti, and 83W battery, there's not a lot the Odyssey won't be able to do. It'll start at $1,399 and come in the color Mystic Black.

The 5G model of the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will also start at $1,399, including an S-Pen right out of the box. It will be in Mystic Silver. Plan to see it on November 11, 2021, at Samsung and Best Buy.

You can see additional details about all these products via Samsung's press release.

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