Samsung's new Galaxy Book Pro line of laptops offers a lot of value for the money. The Galaxy Book Pro 360 15-inch with its stunning AMOLED display, insanely thin chassis, and exceptional S Pen make this laptop stand out from the herd, but Samsung also makes some novice mistakes that keep it from being perfect. Here's our full review after using it for the last few weeks.
Samsung will reportedly launch a laptop with its own Exynos chips in the second half of this year. It would be the first Windows 10 on ARM device from the company with an Exynos processor, and also the first with an AMD RDNA GPU.
AMD is increasing its presence in laptops, but it still struggles against Intel despite its advanced core performance. It's not a conspiracy; it's just Intel does more for OEMs than AMD does, as demonstrated this week with Samsung.
While the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Book Pro 360 made headlines at Galaxy Unpacked, Samsung announced another Galaxy Book at the event. Details on the non-pro Galaxy Book are scarce, but it should arrive in the second half of this year.
Samsung has announced two new laptop models - Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 - running Windows 10. Both come in 13 or 15-inch sizes, two different colors, and the convertible has an option for 5G. But the real story is the HDR-enabled AMOLED display and insanely thin chassis, which is less than 12mm. Oh, and you can order them starting today.
The curved 1000R panel matches the curvature of the human eye for maximum immersion and minimal strain. The 1440p resolution makes your images as sharp as possible. Works with Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync. Has a 240Hz refresh rate and a USB hub.
Get read and write speeds up to 7,000 MB/s and 5,100 MB/s respectively. That's crazy fast thanks to the NVMe tech and the PCIe 4.0 interface. For the truly tech savvy. Works with laptops and desktops. All capacities are on sale.
Samsung has a new Galaxy Unpacked event happening on Wednesday, April 28th. What is odd is Samsung has already announced all its flagship phones for this season, suggesting this could be about its non-phone hardware. We have a few ideas based on recent leaks ...
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Includes a Fingerprint Reader for some added security. Has read/write speeds up to 1,050 MB/s and 1,000 MB/s respectively. Uses USB 3.2 interface for transfer speeds 9.5x faster than hard drives. Shock and drop resistant so your data is safe.
Not only do you get 2TB of speed, you get read and write speeds up to 7,000 MB/s and 5,100 MB/s respectively. That's crazy fast thanks to the NVMe tech and the PCIe 4.0 interface. For the truly tech savvy. Works with laptops and desktops.
Uses latest technology. Has read/write speeds of 560 MB/s and 530 MB/s respectively. Has hardware-based encryption and a three-year limited warranty. Uses SATA interface and has tools to help enhance performance and keep up with updates.
A report states that Samsung will release a laptop with an Exynos CPU and an AMD GPU inside. Samsung has Windows 10 on ARM laptops with Qualcomm chips inside, but this would be the first with an Exynos chip.
Recent leaks show off two new Galaxy Book laptops, the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Go. The first appears to be a natural successor to the Galaxy Book Ion while the latter is a Windows 10 on ARM device.