The Samsung Galaxy Book running Windows 10 and is based on Intel generation Kaby Lake
Samsung brought to the exhibition MWC 2017 Galaxy Book, running Windows 10. More precisely, such a tablet in the range of two: with a screen diagonal of 10, 6, and 12 inches.
Samsung itself will carry these tablets to the category of devices «two in one», as they come with keyboards. But, as seen in the photo, the keyboard here is not connected directly to the tablet, and is made in the form of the cover.
Let’s start with the parameters. The smaller model has a Full HD panel. And then uses a matrix IPS, whereas the 12-inch tablet Super AMOLED. Heart is the Intel Core m3 seventh generation with a frequency of 2.6 GHz. Memory model has 4 GB flash memory — 64 or 128 GB with use of microSD card. This tablet is equipped with only a single megapixel camera and got a battery with a capacity of 30.4 WH, which is enough for 10 hours of work. There is fast charging technology. Dimensions of new items — 261,2 x 179,1 x 8.9 mm and weight 640 or 650 g Model is available in two versions: with support for LTE and without it.
12-inch, as already mentioned, you’ll be using a panel Super AMOLED. Besides, there is a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels. The heart is the CPU Intel Core i5-7200U with a frequency of 3.1 GHz. Memory there are 4 or 8 GB, and used for data storage SSD 128 or 256 GB. Two cameras: a resolution of 13 and 5 MP. Battery capacity has increased from 39.04 to W·h. This tablet comes with LTE modem in all versions, and also has two USB type-C 3.1. Size is equal to 291,3 x 199,8 x 7.4 mm and weight 754 g.
Covers with keyboards and digital pens S Pen are supplied. About the cost data yet.