The new performance standards are set by Apple so that ARM processors can also be used in laptops with M1 chips. Windows 10 laptops are much more limited in features and performance, but Samsung is offering its cheaper Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G laptops.
After using it for a day, some features surprised me a lot but the few made me disappointed. After all, it is a cheap laptop so we shouldn’t expect much from it.
With a 14-inch screen with 1366 x 768 pixels resolution and a 180-degree hinge, it is clearly aimed at the entry-level class. Processor is Intel Celeron N4500. This is the latest processor in the new 10nm Jasper Lake series, but with a dual-core processor and an integrated GPU delivering incredibly modest performance.
Galaxy Book Go specs
The best thing about Galaxy Book Go features is that its power consumption (6W TDP) is very low, which gives the device a lot of autonomy with its 42.3Wh powerful battery and 45W USB-C charging. You can extend the LPDDR4X RAM up to 8GB and use 32, 64, or 128GB eMMC as storage space.
What we like the most in Galaxy Book Go is its connectivity. Besides Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6 features, it offers LTE support for mobile broadband.
It is equipped with the following ports
- USB 3.2 Type-A port
- 2 ports USB Type-C
- 3.5mm headphone combo jack
- MicroSD card reader
Galaxy Chromebook Go price
There is no confirmed news about the Galaxy Book Go price. Keeping in mind its specs and focus on the educational sector, we can predict that it will come at an affordable price. The basic version will cost $ 299 and the LTE version is $ 399.
It really looks like a perfect student laptop. You can carry it all day long and, so it’s perfect for most of your browser tasks and little assignments.
Article Source: Technonu