Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 First Impressions: Can it replace your PC?

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With each passing day and new 2-in-1 reveal, it seems PC manufacturers inch closer in making their ideal Surface Pro clone, however, it looks like Samsung may have just nailed their version as they release renders of its Galaxy Book2.

The Samsung Galaxy Book2 boasts multi-workday battery life, allowing you to spend more time being productive or entertained, and less time searching for an outlet. It runs Windows 10 in S Mode and comes with an included keyboard and S Pen stylus. There are only a few ports, though: two USB Type-C ports, a microSD card slot for expanded storage and a headphone jack. And confirmation of that feature has practically come from Samsung itself.

According to the release, Book 2 will be an always on and always connected PC that "gives you the power to stay ahead of the game in a world that never slows down". Sound-wise, it has two speakers tuned by AKG with Dobly Atmos technology.

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Accessory-wise, the PC comes with an S Pen and keyboard periphery bundled together with purchase. The tablet in Black and Grey colour options will go on sale through Samsung Online Shop as well as leading offline retail stores in the country. With the launch of the Galaxy S10 not far away, this could mean that we will not see this technology in the device. The device aims to make productivity even better by delivering more multitasking features onboard alongside the Dex platform compatibility. In addition to the foldable Galaxy F, Samsung might be cooking up something in its own labs that no smartphone has just yet. Notably, the LTE variant has been launched in India, and not the Wi-Fi only variant. The Galaxy Book2 will start from $999.99 and arrives on November 2.

Recently we reported a leak which showed plenty of different in-display concepts that Samsung plans to work on next year to ditch the notch trend.

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