Samsung recently announced three new laptops in the top segment. The Galaxy Book3 Pro, Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 and Galaxy Book3 Ultra have to compete with the top models on the market. This means that they pack the most computing power possible into the lightest possible package. Tweakers Partners appeals to community members who want to test these ultrabooks.
Our partners Tweakers and Samsung are organizing a test panel for this purpose where the three new Samsung Galaxy Book3 models are tested. That’s why we’re looking for eight talkers who want to turn these devices inside out. Are you a laptop connoisseur or just curious about these products? Register quickly in the survey below this article.
Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro
The Samsung Galaxy Book3 line starts with the Pro model. Book3 Pro is equipped with an Intel Core i7 processor. As a graphics chip, Samsung has chosen the Intel Iris Xe Graphics processor. This puts this laptop in the higher segment, which is also reflected in the design. With its sleek, flat design, it blends in well with other ultrabooks on the market. The Galaxy Book3 Pro models’ weight is also in line with this; Even variants with all the bells and whistles do not exceed two kilograms.
The laptop is available with a 14 or 16 inch AMOLED screen with a maximum resolution of 2880 x 1800 pixels. The 16:10 aspect ratio gives you a little more vertical space when browsing and word processing. Resolution is an upgrade over the Galaxy Book2 Pro, which offers up to 1080p. In addition, the new Book3 laptops support a 120Hz refresh rate.
Galaxy Book3 Pro features two Thunderbolt 4 ports and a USB-A port. In addition, Samsung has also chosen to provide all models with an HDMI port for the Book3 series. Although you can connect a display via one of the Thunderbolt 4 ports, not everyone has a monitor that supports this standard. So it is good that the manufacturer has also built in an HDMI port in this new generation of laptops. The Galaxy Book3 Pro and Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 both have an HDMI 1.4 port, while the Galaxy Book3 Ultra has an HDMI 2.0 port.
Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro 360
We find the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 in the same weight class as the Book3 Pro, this laptop is equipped with a 16-inch screen. The name already indicates that this screen can be folded so that the laptop can also be used as a tablet. So, the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 has a touch screen and works with Samsung’s S Pen.
Samsung has chosen 16GB Lpddr5 as the working memory in this Book3 series. There are several options for the storage capacity, which is 512 GB or 1 TB. In either case it comes to a PCIe SSD.
Like the Galaxy Book3 Pro, the 360 can be charged via a USB-C adapter. The Galaxy Book3 Pro and Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 can be charged at a maximum of 65W, with the Galaxy Book3 Ultra supporting 100W charging.
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra
The flagship of this series is the Galaxy Book3 Ultra. This laptop comes standard with more RAM and is equipped with the 13th generation Intel Core i7. In addition, the Ultra is the only one of the three Book3 models that can be equipped with an Intel Core i9 processor and a discrete laptop GPU from Nvidia. Depending on the model, this is the RTX 4050 or RTX 4070.
In addition to a major hardware upgrade, Samsung is introducing new proprietary software features in order to make the devices within the Galaxy Ecosystem work better together. Samsung Book laptops were really simple Husband With earphones from Samsung, but now it also works better with the manufacturer’s tablets. For example, a Samsung tablet can be easily connected wirelessly to act as a second screen. In addition, files can easily be exchanged between a Samsung laptop and a nearby Samsung tablet or smartphone.
Join the test panel and test one of the Samsung Galaxy Book3 laptops
Samsung and Tweakers Partners will form a test panel with reviewers from the Tweakers community. Four testers for working with the Galaxy Book3 Pro, two blows for trying the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360, and two more testers for working with the Galaxy Book3 Ultra. Community members can test the laptop for several weeks and get a set of Galaxy Buds2 Pro as a thank you for their time. You can participate by completing the survey below.
Laptop experts wanted to test the new Samsung Galaxy Book3 series
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terms and conditions
- Your Tweakers account must be active before March 22, 2023.
- You can participate until March 30, 2023 by survey only.
- Only registered visitors can participate. You can participate in the survey once.
- Winners will be notified via email no later than April 4, 2023. Non-winners will not be notified.
- Winners are randomly selected. The version of Book3 that can be tested is also determined at random. There will be no correspondence about the result.
- Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash or any other goods.
- Participants are willing and available to test the product after receipt and post a comprehensive review in Tweakers Pricewatch within two weeks of receipt.
- Minors may only participate with the prior consent of their parents or guardians.
- Tweakers and Samsung employees are excluded from participation.
- Participants who do not meet the above requirements will be excluded from participation.
- Complaints can be submitted via [email protected].
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