Prior to CES, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Book Flex α (alpha), a new variant of Galaxy Book Flex and the latest installment in the company’s new line of Galaxy Computing devices that combine the productivity and premium experience of a laptop with the mobility and flexibility of a smartphone.
It offers long-lasting battery, an immersive QLED display capable of producing over 1 billion colors and an ultra-thin bezel. The 2-in-1 PC delivers a super-bright display that allows you to enjoy the screen’s 100% color volume and vibrant picture in almost any lighting.
You can do more with up to 17.5-hours battery life* and when charging does become necessary, you’ll find its Fast Charge capability handy, as it allows topping off the battery in a pinch when you’ve got somewhere to be.
It weighs in at 1.19kg and is 13.9mm thick, so it can fit into any bag with ease, and still leave room for whatever else you need to get through the day. It has sharp, diamond-cut edges and a crisp, durable aluminum frame so it can withstand typical wear and tear.
Underneath that stylish exterior is an Intel 10th Generation processor and built-in biometric credentialing for a more secure experience wherever you are.
It’ll available in Mercury Gray in the U.S. in the first half of 2020, starting at $829.99.
For more information, go to Samsung.
* Battery life may vary depending on usage and settings.
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