The Samsung Galaxy Book unveils three new entrants in the family

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  • Samsung has announced that there will be three new PCS into the Galaxy Book family.
  • The sleek machines have been tailored to have a healthy balance of functionality and value.
  • Among the devices’ features is 5G connectivity.

Samsung has unveiled its latest entrants, which include three PCs that are part of the Galaxy Book family. The machines include the Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Odyssey, and Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G. 

The trio will all run Windows 11 and will have a wide range of features for gamers, entertainment, and workaholics.

Galaxy Book

The Galaxy Book will have a full metal body with a 15.6-inch touchscreen and HD resolution. What makes the touchscreen a top feature is that it will be lag-free owing to the graphics card.

The device also has a built-in Dolby Atmos sound technology which will be instrumental for those who are in meetings all day. The starting price for the device in silver is $ 749.99.

Galaxy Book Odyssey

This is the device that meets the expectations whether you want to use it for work or playing games. It has the 11th generation Intel Core H-series processor with an Nvidia graphics card.

Among the most interesting features of this device is the integrated Odyssey Control app that gives the user access to monitor CPU, GPU, and RAM usage, alongside other data about the computer.

The device comes in a 15.6-inch screen and full HD resolution. It also has 170-degree viewing angles with a thin 5.4-millimeter bezel. The PC’s starting price is $1399.99 and comes in a full metal chassis. 

Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G

This is one of the devices that has 5G connectivity and an always-on internet feature. It has a 13.3-inch AMOLED display that offers high-quality video playback if you will be using the device for entertainment. 

It is a two-in-one that also doubles up as a smartphone. The hardware is an Intel Evo-verified 11th Generation Core Processor.

The device also comes with an S Pen that’s dedicated to offering comfort and support direct drawing on the screen. The starting price of the device in mystic silver is $1399.99. 

At the moment, only Galaxy Book is available online on the Samsung official website. It will be available for retail at Best Buy and lands at Best Buy starting November 15. The other two will be launched on November 11.

Which of the Galaxy trio are you most interested in? Start us off in the comment section.