Samsung announces the new Galaxy Book 10 and 12 tablets with Windows 10 and S Pen

Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy TabPro S, a Windows 10 tablet that followed the steps of the Microsoft Surface series. Today the company has launched two new devices, Galaxy Book 10 and Galaxy Book 12 that continue along this line.

Both devices run on Windows 10 and come with a keyboard case and a pointer. They have thin designs and an aluminum construction, and will be available in WiFi and LTE variants.

The Book 10 comes with a 10.6 “LCD screen with 1920 x 1280 pixel resolution and an Intel Core m3 processor, while the Book 12 features an AMOLED 12” HDR display and an Intel Core i5-7200U fanless processor.

The Galaxy Book of 10 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64 or 128GB of storage, while the Galaxy Book 12 ships with 4GB and 128GB of storage, and with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. In all cases we can expand the storage using micro-SD up to 256GB.

Both tablets come with two Type-C USB ports, and battery life of up to 10 hours, which can be quickly recharged thanks to the use of fast charging.

Samsung has improved the keyboard case compared to last year, since the new has a better tour of the keys and are illuminated. Also the trackpad is 50 percent larger than the TabPro S.

Both tablets arrive with S Pen pointer, capable of offering a sensitivity of 4,000 levels of pressure, and does not need to be charged. It can be used to take notes, draw, make screenshots, etc. Unfortunately, there is no place to place the S Pen when it is not in use, so there is a risk of losing it.

In addition, Samsung has announced that it has partnered with Adobe to make the S Pen compatible with the popular Photoshop application.

At the moment we do not know when these devices will go on sale and at what price they will do.


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