Big Tech Update
Samsung hosted a major product event on Wednesday, also known as the company’s annual Unpacked event. And while plenty of news was shared during the conference, perhaps the most popular was the announcement of a new Galaxy Book Pro laptop lineup.
The company unveiled two new laptops: the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360. Samsung’s intent is for the new laptops to make it easier to seamlessly sync between all of your Galaxy devices like never before, creating an experience that targets what Samsung describes as “mobile-first consumers.”
“These are consumers used to being always connected on their phone. And so they want to also be always connected on their PC, and they want all of their devices to sync and work seamlessly together,” said Danielle Moten, senior product manager for Samsung.
Both laptop models come in a traditional laptop style or as an all-in-one device. The devices were praised for having incredible performance, exceptional responsiveness, and stout battery life. But what other features set these laptops apart?
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