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Or you could watch some Netflix, catch up on email, read a graphic novel or sketch out one of your own with the included S Pen. The Galaxy Book2 behaves more like your phone than a typical laptop, switching from Wi-Fi to LTE and back again so you always have a connection. And when you open up its keyboard cover also included it just turns on and is ready to go -- again, just like waking your phone.
But if it's crucial for you to have battery life that takes you well beyond your work day, a wireless connection that's always available and a versatile ultraportable design, it's well worth the investment. It's built around a nice-looking inch super AMOLED touch display that's bright, but should be brighter to help fight reflections under office lights and out in daylight.
Compared with last year's model, the frame around the display is slimmer and the body's rounded corners are now squared off. The aforementioned kickstand is new, too, which allows you to not only position the display at the perfect angle for how you're working, it makes it possible to comfortably use it on your lap. Paired with the display are speakers tuned by premium audio brand AKG, a Samsung subsidiary managed by Harman. They sound good for tablet speakers, and even better when you kick on the Dolby Atmos processing.
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You'll probably still want to use headphones when you can; there's a 3. The nicest part of using the Galaxy Book2 is that there's really nothing separating you from your work. No booting up or waking from sleep mode.
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No starting up a mobile hotspot or tethering to a phone. The tablet comes to life instantly and its built-in fingerprint reader on back signs you in fast. Just flip out its kickstand, drop down the keyboard cover and you're ready.
If you're out and about, the tablet will use your LTE connection, or if you're in range of a known Wi-Fi network, it'll connect to that first. The point is, either way you're on a relatively safe connection the instant you open it up. They promised long battery life and LTE connectivity, but performance was never really part of the conversation.
That changes to some extent with the Galaxy Book2 and its Snapdragon platform, which, unlike the , is expressly designed to run Windows The Snapdragon was noticeably better, but it's still no powerhouse and is best suited for the kind of stuff that you'll want to do from anywhere over a mobile connection, like email, general work and streaming video. It did feel laggy at times, but not to the point of frustration.