SAMSUNG 14″ Galaxy Book2 Business Laptop Computer,,Computers and Laptops

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SAMSUNG 14″ Galaxy Book2 Business Laptop Computer,,Computers and Laptops
SAMSUNG 14″ Galaxy Book2 Business Laptop Computer,,Computers and Laptops



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    Raphael Madar

    Great computer, great features, but we should have the option to remove pre install app like macaffe from the samsung app.The screen is very fragile, I had the computer only for about 6 months and i can see damages on the screen (my computer is on my desk most of the time, and I take the computer only 3 times-4 times a week to go to work so it’s fragile..). I guess this is the cost of doing a thin computer.It’s too bad because the computer is almost perfect.

    November 22, 2022
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    Alex I.

    What a great laptop! Screen is absolutely incredible; feather light. Highly recommended!

    November 9, 2022
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    Sayan Bhattacharya

    This is my first non-Mac computer in 15 years, and all I can say is Apple lost my business for not making a 15″ MacBook Air. Hopefully some day in the near future. The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro is a wow machine though!!To have a like for like comparison I bought a MacBook Air (13.3″) and The Galaxy Book2 Pro (15.6″) together … and the 15.6″ Samsung is lighter than the 13.3″ MacBook Air!! Let that sink for a bit. The dog-eat-dog world has gotten so crazy that 15.6″ laptops have gotten lighter than 13.3″ Ultra-premium laptops!!! What a wonderful time to be alive :)About the Samsung Galaxy Book2Pro:The Pros:1. Great Display – Easily better than the MacBookAir (No, I don’t mean that the blacks are better, or picture is sharper. Just that a 15.6″ inch AMOLED display will any day blow away a 13.3″ inch Retina display. Not because is AMOLED is better than Retina, but that 15.6″ vs 13.3″ is a hump that you can not cross.2. Insanely light weight: This is perhaps the lightest laptop that I have handled. The fact that it is 15.6″ laptop is insane!3. Noise: I believe that there is a fan, however I have never heard it. So far I use it to Code – AI/ML and consume media (Hi-Def movies/Series)4. Keyboard and track-pad – High-quality keyboard and trackpad. I don’t click on the track-pad, but tap instead. That makes the experience ultra-premium and noiseless.5. Connections: While it is true that anyone plonking 4 figure $$ for a laptop, can also buy $20-$30 connectors, it does feel good to have a HDMI out built in along with 2 USB-Cs, 1 USB-A, and one micro-SD card. This an AHA moment – with the MicroSD card slot, you can expand your storage by orders of Terabytes as Micro-SD cards become increasingly cheaper.The meh:1. Battery life: – I am not one to drain my battery life entirely or reduce brightness to reduce recharge frequencies. As such I see that I have to recharge at the end of 8-9 hours. Not majorly complaining, but I would say that it will worsen with age.The Bad:1. The Stickers: It is down-right fugly when there are stickers on your laptop. I have one for energy star and one for Intel Evo. I wish these things would stop on Windows laptops.2. The speakers: I cant really hear a difference in loudness as compared to my MacBook Air, but these speakers are not very loud.3. The Hinge: The screen hinge wobbles (ever so slightly). It remains set once the angle screen angle is fixed, but I was disappointed to find screen-wobble, having come from the Mac-world.Overall – Is this a MacBook killer? – Depends. You can get a fully souped-up MacBook Air – 8 Core CPU and 8 Core GPU, 16GB Ram and 1 TB SSD for $1650 (at the time of writing). The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro costed me about $1150. While the MacBook Air is fan-less, and will have more power and battery life – It will always be heavier than the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro, and have a smaller screen, not to mention $500 more expensive. That is what it comes down to. I am going to keep this laptop, since as of now Apple has nothing to compete in the 15″ ultra-light, ultra-premium laptop space.

    June 1, 2022

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