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Samsung Galaxy Book, interesting but totally unexciting laptop

Dale Davies |
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G, new additions to the Galaxy Book lineup powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon compute platforms.

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Building on close collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, the Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G are bringing the best features of your smartphone and combining it with the PC performance. The Galaxy Book Go series is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 compute platform, with optional LTE connectivity, and the Galaxy Book Go 5G powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G compute platform delivers lightning-fast 5G connectivity speeds2 to take advantage of the latest network standards.

You can answer emails over a latte at the coffee shop, browse social media channels during your commute or video call a loved one before a flight with Always On, Always Connected flexibility enabled by Snapdragon compute platforms. The Galaxy Book Go series builds on Windows 10 experiences with the benefit of instant boot speeds, allowing you to open it and immediately use your PC. And if you’re in need of more screen space to multitask, look no further: the Galaxy Book Go series boasts a large 14-inch display with a slim bezel, so you can stay productive during crunch time.

With thin and light designs featuring a 180-degree folding hinge and Dolby Atmos, providing rich soundscape, Galaxy Book Go series devices can adapt to the perfect angle for watching movies on the way to a weekend getaway or for reviewing work with a colleague during an onsite work visit. For students, its long-lasting battery makes it the ideal companion for every class, ensuring you always have access to the assignments and online resources. Plus, its military-grade durability ensures that its thin and mobile design stands up to repeated daily use.

You can sync your smartphone to your Galaxy Book Go series device to answer texts, make calls and mirror Android apps with Link to Windows and Microsoft Your Phone, extend your screen to your Galaxy Tab S7 series for dual-screen productivity with Second screen, and easily connect your Galaxy Buds to your Galaxy Book Go series device with Easy Bluetooth connection. It is all possible thanks to seamless device integration in the Galaxy ecosystem, and it’s all available right on the new Galaxy Book Go series. The Galaxy Book Go Wi-Fi version and LTE version will be available from June in select markets starting at $349.


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