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    Samsung unveils the Galaxy Book Flex and Ion: the first laptops with QLED display

    Samsung unveils the Galaxy Book Flex and Ion: the first laptops with QLED display

    Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion, high-end ultraportable PCs under Windows 10 that have interesting features such as a QLED screen (a first for a laptop), WiFi connectivity 6, Thunderbolt ports 3 as well as the latest Intel Core 10th generation processors.


    Samsung took advantage of its Developers Conference to unveil two new top-of-the-range PCs: the Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion. The first is a convertible with a 360 ° hinge that allows you to use it in tablet mode. The second is a traditional laptop. Both offer an attractive data sheet with Intel Core 10th generation processors unlike the Galaxy Book S which has a Snapdragon processor. CPUs are supported by up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage, but also and above all a QLED display found on high-end Samsung TVs with the promise of more vibrant colors, deeper blacks and greater brightness than traditional OLED and LCD displays.

    Galaxy Book Flex and Book Ion: Samsung introduces new high-end notebooks

    The Galaxy Book Flex is the most interesting of the two. This is a 2-in-1 equipped with a S Pen pen, the same as the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, an interesting asset for professionals and designers. For example, its gesture control system can be used to scroll through slides in a PowerPoint presentation. Both computers feature ultra-slim and premium design. They come in two sizes of 13 and 15 inches. The Galaxy Book Ion has a thickness of 12.9 mm for the smallest model and 14.9 mm for the 15 "version, all for a weight from 970 grams. All versions of both devices offer a Full HD + definition.

    The Galaxy Book Flex ships with 10th-generation Intel Core Ice Lake processors engraved in 10nm while the Book Ion features Comet Lake (10th generation) CPUs engraved at 14nm. The two PCs are part of the Intel Athena project, a closed club for high-performance ultraportables with technologies such as WiFi 6, Thunderbolt 3 ports, etc. Reverse wireless charging is another interesting feature of the new Galaxy Books. It allows you to charge your smartphone and compatible accessories by placing them on the touchpad of the laptop.

    The Galaxy Book Flex and Ion will be available in early 2020. They will be launched initially in the United States. Samsung has not yet specified a date of availability for Europe.

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