Samsung Galaxy Book Review: A formidable Surface competitor with one infuriating flaw

We’ve come a long way since Microsoft first introduced the Surface and pioneered the 2-in-1 category way back in 2012. Since then we’ve had a plethora of clones and variations, and last year’s Samsung TabPro S was one of the better ones. Now the company is at it again with the all-new (and much better named) Galaxy Book. It has some significant improvements on Samsung’s previous offering and competitive price tag, but at least one serious caveat keeps it from from being an easy choice in a crowded field. Hardware and design The device comes in two sizes, 10 and…

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