At today’s Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, the company made good on its promise to showcase the most powerful Galaxy device yet, unveiling two new laptops: the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360.
These laptops combine some of the latest mobile technology in the market right now, including an 11th-generation Intel processor and 5G connectivity, along with impressive slim and lightweight design, and the kind of high quality that Samsung’s flagship is expected to, That is. Galaxy smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S21.
The company has also confirmed that the recent Galaxy Book laptop will also arrive in the UK.
All new laptops announced by Samsung have passed rigorous military testing, so not only are they thin and lightweight, but they can be used in a variety of environments.
The past year has changed the way we do many things, something that Samsung accepted at the launch of its new Galaxy laptop, and these devices are designed to fit our new work life, according to the company.
This includes ensuring that battery life is long, and that the keyboard and touchpad are comfortable to use.
New kids on the block
The new Galaxy Book comes to the UK with 4G LTE connectivity, weighing 1.55 kg, and is just 15.4 mm thick with a 15.6-inch screen.
The all-new Galaxy Book Pro is also 0.87 / 0.88 kg lighter, with a depth of just 11.2 mm, depending on the configuration for the 13.3-inch model. It would be an incredibly thin and light laptop, again – anything under 1kg is very impressive.
Prices start at $ 999.99 / £ 1,099 (around AU $ 2,000) for the 13.3 inch model. Much slower than the MacBook Air (M1, 2020) and Dell XPS 13, pitching at roughly the same price, again, it is impressive for what it has to offer, possibly its biggest competitor.
The Galaxy Book Pro will also come in a 15.6-inch model. It weighs slightly over 1.05kg (which is still quite light), and has a thickness of 11.7 mm.
It will start at $ 1,099.99 / £ 1,199 (around AU $ 2,150).
Finally, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is a convertible laptop that weighs 1.04kg / 1.1kg and is 11.5 mm thick for the 13.3-inch model, and 1.39kg with a thickness of 11.9 mm for the 15.6-inch model.
The 13.3-inch model is priced at $ 1,199.99 / £ 1,199 (around AU $ 2,150), and the 15.6-inch model starts at $ 1,299.99 / £ 1,259 (around AU $ 2,200). This laptop comes with 5G support, which provides a fast, always internet connection depending on your location and data plan.
Galaxy Book Pro models come with AMOLED display, VESA display with HDDR 500 support, and DCI-P3 color gamut, which can give rise to some of the best-looking screens on a laptop – we can’t wait to see what they Are able to do. We found these laptops for review. The Galaxy Book Pro series also supports Dolby Atmos’ support.
Talking about the screen, the Galaxy Book Pro laptop also has a ‘secret screen’ function, which can be turned on with keyboard shortcuts. This turns on a screen filter that makes it difficult to see the screen content from other angles. This is something we’ve seen on HP’s laptops, and it works very well – giving you mental peace while working on sensitive documents in crowded areas.
These new laptops will go on sale from April 14, 2021, with pre-orders starting on April 28. If you order before May 13, you can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds Pro True Wireless earphones.