In August during the Galaxy Note 10 launch, Samsung announced a new interesting laptop. The Galaxy Book S is fully featured with ARM processor, LTE connections and much more premium materials are combined. The laptop missed its launch date last year but now it’s finally going on sale on February 13th.
The combination of Qualcomm Snapdragon hardware and Windows on ARM software isn’t often seen, though it’s getting more frequent. These designs are equipped with built-in LTE connections, making them attractive additions to mobile carrier retail lineups. The Galaxy Book S is using a Snapdragon 8cx, designed for laptops and carrying an Adreno 860 integrated GPU.
It’s slick design, extra curvy and ultra thin body make it definitively attractive and lightweight just over two pounds. It has an 13-inch 1080p LCD screen, RAM is limited to 8GB, with 256GB of storage. Two USB-C ports, a MicroSD card slot, and a headphone jack are the only physical connections. With those specs, the Galaxy Book S starts at $1000. At least it includes a fingerprint sensor and a backlit keyboard.
You can pre-order it today from Samsung.