Samsung Jumps into the Business World with Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro Laptops

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Samsung has been busy innovating in the smartphone space with folding phones, but that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten about the PC market. They’re making a big comeback in the laptop world with the new Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro!

Samsung Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro

The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro is designed to make you look good while you work hard. It comes in 13.3″ and 15.6″ screen sizes, clocks in at under 1/2 in thick, sports an AMOLED screen, and is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum body.

Samsung Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro

In developing the Galaxy Book lineup, we took a fresh look at what businesses really need from a PC. Drawing on our innovation in the mobile space, we wanted to create a new notebook PC that would boost productivity, make collaboration easier, and be ready to go wherever work takes you. The Galaxy Book Pro for business is designed to do all that, with an ultra-light design, powerful multitasking capabilities, and seamless connection to the entire Galaxy ecosystem. Р Hamshy Raveendran, Head of Mobile B2B Product and Go-to-Market, Samsung Electronics America.

Both the Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro will come with Windows 10 Pro, upgradable to Windows 11 Pro. They’ve also designed the computers to work seamlessly with other Samsung devices, so you can take notes on your phone or tablet and pick up where you left off on your computer later. The Samsung ecosystem is growing, and you can jump into it starting at $899.

Samsung Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro

You can learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Pro here.

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