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The Galaxy Book is Samsung's latest Microsoft Surface Pro competitor.
It's a Windows 10 tablet that comes with a keyboard case and stylus.
Unlike the Surface Pro, the Galaxy Book includes the stylus and keyboard accessories in its base price.
The S-Pen stylus is the same one that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
The Galaxy Book's backlit keyboard has a buttery-smooth chassis that's pleasant to touch.
The keyboard cover doesn't add too much bulk to the Galaxy Book's slim figure.
While the Surface Pro has a built-in kickstand, the Galaxy Book depends on the keyboard case to prop it up. It's not as sturdy as the Surface.
As a standalone tablet, the Galaxy Book is a little heavy.
An LTE-capable model is available through Verizon.
Rounded edges give the illusion that the tablet is slimmer than it is.
There's no place to safely store the stylus on the tablet, so you have to keep it in the keyboard's pen holder -- or clip it onto your pocket.
A magnetic connection keeps the tablet on the keyboard.
Flip the keyboard over to use it as a stand for watching video.
The tablet is meant more for productivity than a TV party, but the Galaxy Book's beautiful screen is great for watching HD video.