New Samsung Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex α, and Galaxy Book Ion

    New Samsung Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex α, and Galaxy Book Ion

    New Samsung Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex α, and Galaxy Book Ion


    Last Updated: 04 May 2020 at 11:04

    Over the last month, it's become clear that we rely on our technology more than ever before.

    Our mobile devices keep us connected to our loved ones, coworkers, and classmates. They help us stay organized, on-task, and in-the-loop. They let us shop from bed, keep up with the news, check up on friends and family, and stream our favorite songs and movies when we need to relax.


    Galaxy Book Flex a

    These times have offered us a new outlook on how we use our PCs, reminding us that our computers are so much more than just productive tools for getting work done. They're also our command centers, creative studios, entertainment hubs, and so much more.

    In short, it is technology that enables us to perform at our full potential and make it through the day, even when we're working from home or studying in our kitchens. That's why we created a new portfolio of PCs that can do it all, and then some - no matter who you are, where you are, or what you do.

    A few weeks ago, we launched the Galaxy Chromebook - the first of its kind. This week, the New Galaxy Computing portfolio grows with the release of Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex a, and Galaxy Book Ion, three next-generation PCs that can do it all.


    Galaxy Book Flex

    Each member of the New Galaxy Computing family comes equipped with premium features that ensure you don't miss a beat, no matter where you are: powerful hardware, beautiful design, cutting-edge mobile innovations, and stunning displays that can provide an immersive, cinematic experience from the comfort of your home.


    Galaxy Book Ion

    But we all have different needs, so we're giving you the option to maximize what's most important to you, at a price that fits your budget. Each Galaxy Book shines in its own way, with some sporting a stunning QLED display capable of producing over a billion different colors. Others offer the latest battery innovations like Wireless PowerShare, allowing you to charge your mobile devices simply by resting them on the trackpad. Some take seamlessness to a new level, featuring PC-to-Phone connectivity features that break down that walls between your devices.

    Whether you're a student trying to learn from afar, a professional juggling work from home, or a creative looking to take your work to the next level, Samsung has what you need to stay connected, productive, and entertained as we learn to navigate our new normal.







    Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex a and Galaxy Book Ion are available starting today at Samsung.com and retailers nationwide.


    Source: New Galaxy Computing Portfolio Offers a Device for Everyone - Samsung US Newsroom

    See also: Now available: Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Samsung Galaxy Book Ion | Windows Experience Blog


    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    04 May 2020


  1. Posts : 5,899
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 22H2
       #1

    Notice they look so much like a MacBook.

    Anyway I like the Galaxy Book Flex @ 13.3 (512GB Storage, 12GB RAM), though a bigger drive and more RAM would be nice. Example my 2017 Lenovo 14 inch ThinkPad Yoga X1 came with a 1TB drive, 16gig of RAM (and an i7). Also came with an OLED panel.

    BTW I hate Micro SD on a laptop. Mine also came with Micro SD. Would rather have full SD since most DSLR cameras use full SD cards. That said, not a big issue in this instance since I can transfer file directly from camera to PC via USB 3.0 cable.

    Nice notebooks though.
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  2. Posts : 3,105
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       #2

    There are of course limitations....why?....due to their size....processors are throttled due to heat in such a small case.
    Having personally experienced both i5 and i7 on Surface Pro laptops.
    Found performance the same on both.....battery duration favoured the i5.
    Conclusion i7 and large amounts of ram are a waste of both money and resources IMO…..that is until they find a way to cool these small units to enable these top processors to utilise their full potential.
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  3. Posts : 5,899
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 22H2
       #3

    I prefer an i7 and lots of RAM. And we all have opinions, so....

    Anyway on my laptop I've not experienced heating issues. On the other hand I don't game on laptops; that's what my custom built gaming / photography rig is for.
      My Computers


  4. Posts : 3,105
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       #4

    sygnus21 said:
    I prefer an i7 and lots of RAM. And we all have opinions, so....

    Anyway on my laptop I've not experienced heating issues. On the other hand I don't game on laptops; that's what my custom built gaming / photography rig is for.
    The reason you have not experienced heating issues is so obviously a throttled i7 processor.
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  5. Posts : 5,899
    Win 11 Pro (x64) 22H2
       #5

    So you say.
      My Computers


 

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