It’s been a while since Samsung released a laptop in the UK but now the Korean manufacturer is back with the Galaxy Book S. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill laptop though.
Samsung’s new laptop joins the likes of the Surface Pro X and Lenovo Yoga C630 in the new ARM laptop stakes.
These new laptops – powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon chips you’d typically find in phones – offer ultra-slim designs and tons of battery life. Sound good? Well, the catch is compatibility. Windows isn’t quite ready for these chips yet and it leads to a good few issues.
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