Korean tech giant Samsung has announced the Samsung Galaxy Book S 2020.
The laptop is a super-slim, fanless device backed runs on Windows 10.
Like its predecessor, the new Galaxy Book S 2020 retains its 13.3-inch Full HD touch display but had decided to change the heart of the laptop to a new Intel Core processor.
That said, the laptop now features Intel’s Foveros 3D stacking technology and a hybrid CPU architecture.
Additionally, the laptop comes with 8GB (LPDDR4X) RAM, 256/512GB eUFS storage and a MicroSD slot for expansion up to 1TB).
It also comes 4G LTE ready and supports Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+).
In terms of weight, the Samsung Galaxy Book S 2020 weighs just 950g and is only 11.8mm thick.
Frankly speaking, such weight and thickness for a laptop is like a dream come true for those required to carry around their laptops all the time.
Top top it all off, Samsung has also worked with Microsoft to enable users to work seamlessly with both Android and Windows through Microsoft’s Your Phone feature.
AVAILABILITY AND PRICING
I don’t know when the Samsung Galaxy Book S 2020 will arrive offiially in Malaysia, but it’s likely third party sellers will have it in their stores. For now, it seems the laptop is available in selected markets only.
The laptop comes in two colours, namely the Earthy Gold and Mercury Gray and is priced according to its storage capacity.
So far the 256GB variant will be sold at 1,129 Euros (~RM5,451) in Europe while the 512GB variant will be sold at £999 (~RM5,361) in the UK.