With its Galaxy Book under Windows 10, Samsung wants you to zap the laptop!

Techno 2 March, 2017

Samsung has not unveiled its Galaxy S8 at MWC 2017 but, it has regaled us with its Galaxy Book. This 2 in 1 tablet has enough to make you zap your old laptop. Presentation.
The tablet market is not going very well. Samsung knows it well, but the Korean manufacturer has not hesitated to draw his Galaxy Book at MWC 2017, in addition to a Tab S3 which has everything to please. The new two-in-one tablet and under Windows 10 from Samsung is available in two versions: 10.6 inches and 12 inches. While the Tab S3 is entertainment-focused and has a say in gaming, the Galaxy Book focuses on productivity. As powerful as a portable PC and equipped with the qualities of a tablet, the new Device of Samsung may leave no one indifferent . Stop at the Microsoft Surface!
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Delivered with a S Pen that is designed in partnership with Wacom and a full backlit keyboard, the Galaxy Book has more than one trump in its metal chassis. The Samsung PC / Tablet boasts a USB Type-C port in its 10.6-inch version while the 12-inch is squarely two. While the small Galaxy Book is equipped with an Intel Core m3 processor, its big brother can boast of having Intel Core i5 7th generation Kaby Lake. So you understood. The 12-inch version is the most muscular . And its features could squarely leave you speechless.
Featuring a 2K (2160 x 1440 pixels) screen on a Super Amoled slab, the 12-inch Galaxy Book will be available in two versions: 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory (expandable via SD card) and 8 GB Of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. But it is undoubtedly the fact of embarking Windows 10 that will allow the Device of Samsung to mark the blow. But for now, the price of this 2 in 1 tablet has not yet been unveiled. While waiting to learn more, you can rediscover the smartphone of Samsung which was elected best product of the MWC 2017.