Is it a laptop or is it a tablet? The Samsung Galaxy Book SM-W620NZKBXAR is a bit of both making it a very convenient option for those who want something versatile that can handle the demands of the modern on the go user. Unlike some of the convertible laptop models on the market this device comes with a smaller 10.1 inch display so it actually feels like a tablet once removed from the detachable keyboard. Below we will review some of the benefits and downsides to this model and see just how well it stacks up.
Processor: Intel Core M3
Memory: 4 GB of RAM
Storage: 64 GB
Screen: 10.1 Inches
OS: Windows 10
– Has a keyboard that fully detaches to become a true tablet compared to convertible models which still have much of the bulk of a laptop when being used in tablet mode
– Comes with a decent amount of storage for a compact device like this with 64 GB available but can also be expanded to 256 GB by adding a microSD card
– Includes the S Pen which gives you a much more natural way to edit photos or take handwritten notes
– In addition to the S Pen also has touch screen technology
– The lower end Intel Core M3 along with just 4 GB of memory has this device lacking the same type of performance you would expect from a standard laptop design. This is better suited to basic tasks more so than high end projects
– The battery is capable of giving you up to 9 hours on a single charge which wouldn’t be bad for a laptop but for a tablet like device such as this we would have expected more
The Samsung Galaxy Book SM-W620NZKBXAR isn’t going to give you the same high end capabilities that a full sized laptop would but is a very convenient device to have when working on the go and covers the basics quite well.