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The Samsung Galaxy Book looks like a sleek Android tablet, but it's actually a capable Windows 10 tablet.
It comes in two sizes, a 10- and 12-inch model, and both ship with a keyboard and stylus.
Some tablets (like the Microsoft Surface Pro 4) make you pay extra for the keyboard. Not the Galaxy Book.
The keyboard cover has a built-in stand, instead of the tablet itself having a stand built into it.
This design choice helps keep the Galaxy Book nice and trim.
The Galaxy Book's case is a nice combination between the Microsoft Surface Pro 4's keyboard and the Apple iPad Pro's slim keyboard cover.
We only spent a short time with it, but it felt comfortable to type on.
Like a typical tablet, it has a touch screen. Unlike a typical tablet, the 12-inch model has a remarkably sharp AMOLED screen.
Both tablet variants are very portable and slim, especially for devices meant to replace a laptop.
The S-Pen stylus that comes with the tablet never needs to be charged.
It has a rubber tip that's meant to emulate the feel of writing on paper.
There is some stylus software integration, but it's not as robust as what you'd find on a Samsung Note device.
The Galaxy Book features Samsung Flow, which syncs text messages across Samsung Galaxy devices.
If you're interested in a Windows 10 device that's easy to carry around and sleek AF, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Book.