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Samsung is taking another stab at the two-in-one market with the Samsung Galaxy Book. The question is, however; is that enough to warrant the steep price tag? The lack of premium trappings and subpar battery life only further detract from the overall picture.
Is the Samsung Galaxy Book worth the hefty price? Read the full review to find out. The rounded corners, black bezel, slick silver frame and gray wrap around keyboard all come together and compliment one another.
The keyboard, in particular, is welcomed addition over the flimsier iteration found in the Tab Pro S.
The the padded rubber exterior snugs closely and protects the high-end tablet thanks to the magnetic strips along the bottom and top portion of the pad along the with the magnetic lining that helps align and hold the tablet.
That same magnetic lining also helps to prop up the back portion to hold the display when using the keyboard.
The back portion of the cover folds in on itself instead of outwards, with the top flap laying flat along the tablet to form a sturdy triangle pattern.
The magnetic strip holds the display firmly in place and makes it surprisingly easy to adjust the display, something that can often be difficult with these types of devices.
This top of the line tablet is the body of a much more affordable device. NBR enjoyed the design and, like we said earlier, the device looks good and actually feels good to hold and to use as well. That said, you do get a pair of power-drawing USB Type-C ports and a headphone jack sitting along the bottom right side of the tablet.
The lack of a standard USB on the device is understandable given the size of the machine, though it would have been nice to see perhaps some connectivity options on the keyboard or perhaps even have the device ship with a USB Type-C to USB connector. Key travel is somewhat shallow but still better than most detachable wrap-around keyboards.
The soft rubber pad does have a little give or flex towards the center, but it was never really an issue when using the device on my desk, and only become a minor annoyance when typing on my lap.
The touchpad proves to be just as impressive as the keyboard. The modestly sized pad resides just below to the right of the space bar. The gray hard rubber pad is smooth to the touch, allowing for excellent sensitivity and travel.
The pad responded to swipes, clicks, and multi-finger gestures quickly and without fail.
The stylus adds another high-quality input option, as the device was able to quickly jot down notes and doodles without fail. The S Pen is a little thicker than most styluses, which we really like, as it makes it easy to grip and feel more like a traditional writing utensil. Truthfully the only bad thing is that it accurately captured our handwriting and drawing skills, which admittedly leave a bit to be desired.
The bright glossy panel features high-dynamic range HDRwhich gives the display the capability of rendering brighter brights and deeper blacks. The feature has become a mainstay on high-end televisions and makes the Samsung Galaxy Book one of the go-to convertibles for media lovers when it comes to 2-in-1 tablets.
With a brightness of nits and excellent color accuracy, the display is as useful as it is beautiful. Of course, that color accuracy also means the tablet is great for image or video editing and not just lounging around with your favorite TV show.
The bright panel also affords flexible viewing angles with images holding up well over degrees without any color loss. The Samsung Galaxy Book is capable of filling a modestly sized room with audio, making it serviceable for small presentations. The sound quality is terrible, the tablet was capable of capturing mids and highs fairly well.
However, when listening to a number of orchestral pieces NBR was displeased by how distorted the lows sounded. Even the deeper strings on the guitar caused notable hums in the speakers. Most tablets, even the top of the line ones, suffer from poor audio. In fact, the boisterous speakers, while not perfect, actually give the device a leg up on most of the competition.
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