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Samsung’s insanely thin Galaxy Book S lasts 23 hours, arrives Sept. for $999
Samsung surprised us with a new laptop today at its. The Galaxy Book S is an ultrathin, ultralight laptop with a 13.3-inch touchscreen that runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx compute platform. Like we’ve seen, the Galaxy Book S sips power and is capable of 23 hours of continuous video playback on a single charge.
While battery life was extremely long on past Snapdragon-powered laptops we’ve tested, performance in general lagged behind their Intel competition, including. However, at Computex 2019, showed it could more than keep up with an Intel Core i5. The new chipset gives the Galaxy Book S 40% greater CPU performance and 80% greater graphics performance than the Galaxy Book 2, said Samsung in its announcement.
What’s equally impressive is that you’re getting the increased performance and battery life in a fanless aluminum body that measures 11.8mm (0.46-in.) at its thickest and weighs less than a kilogram (2.1 lbs.). Combined with its Gigabit LTE support and 802.11ac wireless and instant-on capabilities that work similarly to a phone, you’ve got a laptop well designed to work wherever and whenever you want.
As part of its, the Galaxy Book S will have OneDrive cloud storage and that allows for a seamless connection between the Galaxy Note 10 and the laptop so you can access and move files, photos and video between the two as well as answer calls, send texts and receive notifications.
Although you’ll probably be relying on cloud storage for the most part, Samsung will offer 256GB or 512GB of storage in the Galaxy Book S with a microSD card slot to add up to 1TB more. Both come with 8GB of memory to back up the laptop’s 7nm 64-bit octa-core processor.
The Samsung Galaxy Book S will be available in gold or gray versions in September starting at $999.
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