The perfect mix of tablet and laptop
The 2-in-1 PC market has taken off in a big way in the last few years, giving users the ability to get both a tablet and laptop experience from the same product – with thanks in large part to the flexibility of the Windows 10 platform. Now, with the arrival of the new Samsung Galaxy Book, that tablet and laptop combination has been perfected, with the remarkable device offering users a superb solution for both work and leisure. Here’s why the Samsung Galaxy Book goes beyond the usual experience provided by traditional laptops, allowing for more interactivity, creativity and collaboration.
Source: How the Samsung Galaxy Book lets you go beyond traditional portable PCs | TechRadar
Samsung has released the latest in their T-series ultra-fast portable SSDs with the T5 now available to purchase globally, which includes going on sale in Australia. The T5 includes two connection cables – USB-C to C and USB-C to A – supporting up to USB 3.1 data transfer speeds. These two connections will allow you …
Source: Samsung’s new T5 ultra-fast portable SSD is now available to backup your PC, tablet or phone – Ausdroid
Samsung squares up to Microsoft’s Surface with twin two-in-one tablets.
Samsung came oh so close with the TabPro S.
It was supposed to be a Surface killer, a Windows 10 tablet that was just as good at desktop duty as it was as a media machine.
It mostly succeeded, too – but the price was a little too high, the keyboard wasn’t the best and if you wanted to plug something in… well, you were basically out of luck.
Now it’s time for round two, and it comes with the new name. Enter the Galaxy Book, a 2-in-1 that looks to improve on the initial effort and finally shut down the Surface for good.
Does it manage it? Tough to say after only a brief hands-on session, but I definitely walked away impressed. Here’s why.
Source: Hands-on Preview: Samsung Galaxy Book
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review: Hands-on with the HDR-screen-toting, water-resistant Note 7. Should the iPhone 7 be worried?
Source: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 hands-on: The best phone of the year?
Rolling out in India, the Galaxy Tab Iris targets government and big businesses that seek to move away from traditional authentication techniques.
Source: Samsung’s new tablet scans your irises
If you are presently searching for a powerful tablet to snag in the market today, you can choose from these three: Apple’s iPad Pro, Samsung’s Galaxy TabPro S and Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4. Can these 2-in-1 slates replace your laptop?
Source: Tablets Big And Powerful Enough To Replace Your Laptop (Or Not): Apple iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, Microsoft Surface Pro 4 : PERSONAL TECH : Tech Times
This Samsung Galaxy TabPro S vs. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 compares a new slim and light 2-in-1 with the most powerful Windows tablet/laptop on the market.
Source: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S or Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Which Is the Best 2-in-1?
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S offers more than the iPad Pro at a lower price. If you want a device for more tablet and entertainment usage, then you can save a bit of money and pick the TabPro S over the Surface Pro 4. It’s great to see Samsung bringing its tablet experience to Windows and the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a very capable alternative.
Source: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: Fantastic display, reasonable price, more business capable than an iPad Pro Review | ZDNet