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    Samsung and Microsoft collaborate for the Galaxy Book

    The Intel powered premium 2-in-1 device will be sold in 10.6- and 12-inch models.
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    Re: Samsung and Microsoft collaborate for the Galaxy Book

    Looks interesting, but we don't know how interesting until we see some pricing

    If they put this under the surface pro pricing it might sell well - but I suspect they will go for parity and if so, not sure why you would go for the Samsung over a surface, given its limitations. It's definitely up against the pro range rather than the surface book too, which may be a little confusing given its name..will see I guess when pricing is released. More competition in that space is always great though!

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    Re: Samsung and Microsoft collaborate for the Galaxy Book

    I'm curious to see how the AMOLED on the larger device works out for artists and whether they'll need to color correct it in case it comes out a bit over saturated out of the box.

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    Re: Samsung and Microsoft collaborate for the Galaxy Book

    I wonder if it's actually a Core i5-U or just a rebadged Core M.. Then again was it just sthe m7's that were renamed to i7's or was it the m5's as well?

    Quote Originally Posted by royo View Post
    I'm curious to see how the AMOLED on the larger device works out for artists and whether they'll need to color correct it in case it comes out a bit over saturated out of the box.
    No different to how it works on the 13" Lenovo and HP convertibles that have been out for several years now.

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