Since Samsung’s Galaxy Books always overdeliver when it comes to features, it makes perfect sense for Samsung to pull out some non-essential Galaxy Book-esque features and launch a notebook that’s, well, just a laptop. And ahead of CES 2020, the Korean electronics giant did just that by announcing the Galaxy Book Flex α (pronounced as ‘Alpha’). While it was meant to deliver all the goodness of a Galaxy Book in a more affordable package (priced from $829), it does skip on a few non-essentials like the Qi wireless charging trackpad and the S-Pen that slots into the body of the 2-in-1. Apart from that you pretty much get all the good stuff. There’s Intel’s 10th Gen Core chipsets to choose from, 8/12GB RAM and 256/512GB of internal storage. And if that did not impress you, the 13.3-inch QLED display and claimed 17.5-hour battery life surely will. All eyes are on this affordable 2-in-1 in 2020.
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