Samsung Galaxy Book: The Latest Powerful Windows Tablet Which At Some Point, Better Than a Laptop
The South Korean electronics company latest device Samsung Galaxy Book is the latest powerful Windows convertible tablet unveiled this year. This device is a 2-in-1 tablet which you can convert into a laptop by attaching the keyboard onto it, and at some point, far better than a regular laptop.
This new Samsung Galaxy Book is a 12-inch tablet with 3:2 screen aspect ratio and powered by Windows 10 system. Means, it works like a computer and can run all programs and software commonly used in PCs, such as Adobe Programs, Microsoft Window Office, and even PC games.
Samsung Galaxy Book uses 7th generation Intel core i5 chip processor with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD with expandable storage support. With this processor, you can run good programs on this tablet. It also has improved battery-less stylus pen that can make some specific task easier, like for graphic designing and photo editing.
Speaking of photos, the Samsung Galaxy Book, according to Wired report, has AMOLED display with 2160x1440 resolution and support HDR video playback. The camera is better than a regular laptop, it has two cameras, a 13 MP with autofocus and a 5 MP front camera.
The battery is also quietly amazing, as noted by the Verge report, the Samsung Galaxy Book's battery could last up to 10 hours of moderate use with fast charging technology using USB Type-C port. These primary specs are indeed better than regular laptops, but still not applicable for heavier use which needs a more powerful processor and more memories.
This Samsung Galaxy Book 2-in-1 convertible tablet was introduced during the Mobile World Congress 2017 held last February 27 to March 2, 2017, together with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. This device has still no official launching schedule and official price, but for the Galaxy Tab S3, it will start rolling out by the end of this month.