Samsung on Wednesday announced the new Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G laptops. Built around Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 andand running Windows 10, the 14-inch laptops are a lower-cost alternative to the company's flagship laptops. While the Go 5G isn't expected until later this year, the Wi-Fi-only Go will be available in the US . (That converts to approximately £250 or AU$455.)
The its announcement of the new laptops. The focus is more on mobility and being a part of the Galaxy ecosystem.promises an extremely long battery life of up to 18 hours, which is similar to what we've seen on past we've tested. However, those laptops were also a bit pokey with performance and Samsung doesn't really make any big power claims in
Like the, the Go is designed to seamlessly work with Samsung's other Galaxy devices so you can do things like using a tablet as a secondary display or instantly connect your . Samsung also says it has a durable design and weighs just about 3 pounds (1.4 kilograms). All in all, this looks like it might be a good Windows alternative to lower-end Chromebooks, especially if you're deep into Samsung's Galaxy devices.