Ultraportable laptop with ARM processor - Samsung Galaxy Book S

Ultraportable laptops are not new to the market, they are well known and popular among those who want the lightest possible computer that can be easily carried around in a bag and does not replace dumbbells. Typically, such laptops are considered machines that weigh less than a kilogram, although manufacturers never take into account chargers. In some ways, it makes sense, since the charge of such laptops is enough for a working day, you don’t have to carry the charger with you all the time. Yes, and standardization in the form of a USB Type C connector makes life easier.

Qualcomm has been eyeing the laptop market for a long time and created the concept of Always On, Always Connected PC (ACPC), which provides for equipping a laptop with a cellular modem, that is, the computer turns into a kind of big phone, albeit with a number of reservations. Honda CR-V 2021 White Samsung's Galaxy Book S, which went on sale in May last year, is a laptop of this kind. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t manage to spin the laptop then, I’m catching up, especially since this is an outgoing model and you can buy it for little money. There were no official deliveries to Russia, but you can buy the Galaxy Book S, and this makes a certain sense, in terms of price / quality ratio, this is a very interesting machine. But it’s definitely not worth taking it as a regular Windows laptop, there are a lot of similarities, but there are enough differences. For owners of Samsung smartphones, there are a number of pleasant little things, synchronization of applications and data, but more on that later.

The choice of Galaxy Book S may be interesting for anyone who uses a laptop for typing, web browsing, minimal use of third-party applications and does not need video processing. In a word, a workhorse for those who work in the office and outdoors, does not use any special software. The advantage of the laptop is its small size and weight, long battery life and the fact that, in addition to Wi-Fi, there is a built-in LTE modem and GPS, which makes the laptop unique in every sense. Let's take a look at how Book S works, evaluate the pros and cons.

Ultraportable laptop with ARM processor - Samsung Galaxy Book S

Ultraportable laptops are not new to the market, they are well known and popular among those who want the lightest possible computer that can be easily carried around in a bag and does not replace dumbbells. Typically, such laptops are considered machines that weigh less than a kilogram, although manufacturers never take into account chargers. In some ways, it makes sense, since the charge of such laptops is enough for a working day, you don’t have to carry the charger with you all the time. Yes, and standardization in the form of a USB Type C connector makes life easier.

Qualcomm has been eyeing the laptop market for a long time and created the concept of Always On, Always Connected PC (ACPC), which provides for equipping a laptop with a cellular modem, that is, the computer turns into a kind of big phone, albeit with a number of reservations. Honda CR-V 2021 White Samsung's Galaxy Book S, which went on sale in May last year, is a laptop of this kind. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t manage to spin the laptop then, I’m catching up, especially since this is an outgoing model and you can buy it for little money. There were no official deliveries to Russia, but you can buy the Galaxy Book S, and this makes a certain sense, in terms of price / quality ratio, this is a very interesting machine. But it’s definitely not worth taking it as a regular Windows laptop, there are a lot of similarities, but there are enough differences. For owners of Samsung smartphones, there are a number of pleasant little things, synchronization of applications and data, but more on that later.

The choice of Galaxy Book S may be interesting for anyone who uses a laptop for typing, web browsing, minimal use of third-party applications and does not need video processing. In a word, a workhorse for those who work in the office and outdoors, does not use any special software. The advantage of the laptop is its small size and weight, long battery life and the fact that, in addition to Wi-Fi, there is a built-in LTE modem and GPS, which makes the laptop unique in every sense. Let's take a look at how Book S works, evaluate the pros and cons.

Ultraportable laptop with ARM processor - Samsung Galaxy Book S

Ultraportable laptops are not new to the market, they are well known and popular among those who want the lightest possible computer that can be easily carried around in a bag and does not replace dumbbells. Typically, such laptops are considered machines that weigh less than a kilogram, although manufacturers never take into account chargers. In some ways, it makes sense, since the charge of such laptops is enough for a working day, you don’t have to carry the charger with you all the time. Yes, and standardization in the form of a USB Type C connector makes life easier.

Qualcomm has been eyeing the laptop market for a long time and created the concept of Always On, Always Connected PC (ACPC), which provides for equipping a laptop with a cellular modem, that is, the computer turns into a kind of big phone, albeit with a number of reservations. Honda CR-V 2021 White Samsung's Galaxy Book S, which went on sale in May last year, is a laptop of this kind. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t manage to spin the laptop then, I’m catching up, especially since this is an outgoing model and you can buy it for little money. There were no official deliveries to Russia, but you can buy the Galaxy Book S, and this makes a certain sense, in terms of price / quality ratio, this is a very interesting machine. But it’s definitely not worth taking it as a regular Windows laptop, there are a lot of similarities, but there are enough differences. For owners of Samsung smartphones, there are a number of pleasant little things, synchronization of applications and data, but more on that later.

The choice of Galaxy Book S may be interesting for anyone who uses a laptop for typing, web browsing, minimal use of third-party applications and does not need video processing. In a word, a workhorse for those who work in the office and outdoors, does not use any special software. The advantage of the laptop is its small size and weight, long battery life and the fact that, in addition to Wi-Fi, there is a built-in LTE modem and GPS, which makes the laptop unique in every sense. Let's take a look at how Book S works, evaluate the pros and cons.

Ultraportable laptop with ARM processor - Samsung Galaxy Book S

Ultraportable laptops are not new to the market, they are well known and popular among those who want the lightest possible computer that can be easily carried around in a bag and does not replace dumbbells. Typically, such laptops are considered machines that weigh less than a kilogram, although manufacturers never take into account chargers. In some ways, it makes sense, since the charge of such laptops is enough for a working day, you don’t have to carry the charger with you all the time. Yes, and standardization in the form of a USB Type C connector makes life easier.

Qualcomm has been eyeing the laptop market for a long time and created the concept of Always On, Always Connected PC (ACPC), which provides for equipping a laptop with a cellular modem, that is, the computer turns into a kind of big phone, albeit with a number of reservations. Honda CR-V 2021 White As Qualcomm pushes its solutions and ARM architecture, Snapdragon processors become a natural choice for ACPC, the first mainstream laptop of this kind was Samsung's Galaxy Book S, which went on sale in May last year. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t manage to spin the laptop then, I’m catching up, especially since this is an outgoing model and you can buy it for little money. There were no official deliveries to Russia, but you can buy the Galaxy Book S, and this makes a certain sense, in terms of price / quality ratio, this is a very interesting machine. But it’s definitely not worth taking it as a regular Windows laptop, there are a lot of similarities, but there are enough differences. For owners of Samsung smartphones, there are a number of pleasant little things, synchronization of applications and data, but more on that later.

Qualcomm has been eyeing the laptop market for a long time and created the concept of Always On, Always Connected PC (ACPC), which provides for equipping a laptop with a cellular modem, that is, the computer turns into a kind of large phone, albeit with a number of reservations. Honda CR-V 2021 White Honda CR-V 2021 White As Qualcomm promotes its solutions and ARM architecture, Snapdragon processors become a natural choice for ACPC, the first mass laptop of this kind was Samsung's Galaxy Book S, which went on sale in May last year. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t manage to spin the laptop then, I’m catching up, especially since this is an outgoing model and you can buy it for little money. There were no official deliveries to Russia, but you can buy the Galaxy Book S, and this makes a certain sense, in terms of price / quality ratio, this is a very interesting machine. But it’s definitely not worth taking it as a regular Windows laptop, there are a lot of similarities, but there are enough differences. For owners of Samsung smartphones, there are a number of pleasant things here, the synchronization of applications and data, but more on that later.

The choice of Galaxy Book S may be interesting for anyone who uses a laptop for typing, web browsing, minimal use of third-party applications and does not need video processing. In a word, a workhorse for those who work in the office and outdoors, does not use any special software. The advantage of the laptop is its small size and weight, long battery life and the fact that, in addition to Wi-Fi, there is a built-in LTE modem and GPS, which makes the laptop unique in every sense. Let's take a look at how Book S works, evaluate the pros and cons.