Samsung is celebrating a strong comeback on the PC market with its new Galaxy Book

After Samsung abandoned the PC market in France, Samsung is back to mobility. The new Galaxy Book, Book Pro and Book Pro 360 won’t be available until the end of the year at as yet unknown prices.

Galaxy Book, Book Pro and Pro 360: mobility and image quality

In its press release, Samsung makes it clear: “The Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book Pro are ideal for users looking for mobility and productivity.”

Both models are therefore extremely thin (11.2 or 11.9 mm) and light to make movement easier. The 360 ​​version is characterized by a hinge that allows a rotation of … 360 °.

The Galaxy Book Pro and the Pro 360 both have a Super AMOLED screen with 13.3 “and 15.6” respectively and all the advantages that this technology brings with it.

Under the hood, Samsung relies on an 11th generation Intel Core chip with an Intel Iris X graphics card, all of which are certified by Inel Evo. Both PCs are WiFi 6E, 5G compatible for the Pro 360 and 4G for the Galaxy Book Pro.

The Galaxy Book follows the philosophy of the Pro versions. The program includes a thin aluminum design and a featherweight to promote mobility. The 15.6-inch screen shows content in Full HD for a comfortable multimedia experience. It also runs on the latest generation from Intel and has the same compatibilities as its brothers.

Samsung’s return to the PC universe

A few years ago, Samsung gave up the PC market in France. This very competitive sector is very competitive and has also suffered from the rise in tablets. The developments of the latest iPad Pro also bear witness to this trend.

The Korean manufacturer’s return to this market can be explained in particular by the introduction of 5G and the prospect of an ultra-complete Samsung ecosystem, similar to Apple products. It remains to be seen whether the Korean giant will find a place for itself after years of absence in France. The question of price will therefore be decisive in your strategy.

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