Samsung Galaxy Book tablet has its sight set on the Microsoft Surface
The new Samsung Galaxy Book is a welcome addition to the growing list of tempting Microsoft Surface Pro competitors.
The Windows 10 tablet comes with a keyboard cover and stylus and will be available in two sizes.
A 10" model and a 12" version.
The 12 inch Samsung Galaxy Book is a higher end version featuring a super sharp ML LED display, a seventh gen Intel Core I5 processor and two USB C ports.
It comes with either 4 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of storage or 8 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of storage Storage in both is expandable up to 256 gigabytes via micro sd card.
The 10-inch model has a full HD screen, 7th gen Intel Core M3 processor and one USB-C port.
The Samsung Galaxy Book is different from other Microsoft Surface
Pro clones in that it really looks and feels like a tablet, not a chunky tablet laptop hybrid.
Without a built in stand or a variety of ports, Its one of the slimmer Windows 10 Tablets available.
Anyone interested in a lightweight thin, and ultra portable Windows 10 tablet, should hold out to see the Samsung Galaxy Book for themselves.
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