Korean manufacturer Samsung is in the process of gearing up for the launch of a new laptop. This particular notebook happens to be the Galaxy Book Go – an affordable laptop which will ship with the Windows 10 as its OS and which will be powered by an ARM processor.
The company recently proceeded on to announce multiple laptops just earlier in the week – which of course include the Galaxy Book Flex 2 Alpha which is to launch in the US and also : the Galaxy Book Odyssey gaming laptop. Getting a bit more into the Galaxy Book Go, the notebook is set to be powered by an 8nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c processor as well as an ARM version of the Windows 10 operating system. The laptop, all in all, not only is thin and light, but also is fanless.
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The Galaxy Book Go makes way for a 14 inch IPS LCD display which happens to support 1920 x 1080p resolution. It also ships with the aid of LTE support and goes on to offer four gigs of RAM along with 128 gigs of internal storage. So as to reduce cost, the display isn’t touch enabled as Samsung has built up on a rather basic housing. The company does ensure though that the Galaxy Book Go is compliant with the Mil-810G durability standard. In other words, the laptop has the potential to withstand a drop of 1.2 meters and is also dust tight.
The total weight of the laptop is just 1.39KG and it offers two USB Type C ports, a single USB Type A port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a microSD card slot and even has the space for a SIM card slot. The ARM processor, which happens to be power efficient, is also paired with a 42.3wh battery that should all in all offer a rather robust battery life.