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Samsung's new AI-enabled PC, Galaxy Book4 series, will be available globally starting February 26 – Samsung Newsroom Peru

Samsung's new AI-enabled PC, Galaxy Book4 series, will be available globally starting February 26 – Samsung Newsroom Peru

The Samsung Galaxy Book4 series is in high demand as consumers seek smarter, more connected and more secure computing experiences

Samsung Electronics has announced that the Galaxy Book4 series will be available in select markets starting February 26. Samsung's latest premium lineup of PCs deliver smart, powerful experiences that combine dramatically enhanced performance with a vibrant touchscreen and optimal connectivity.

The Galaxy Book4 series, which includes the Galaxy Book4 Ultra, Galaxy Book4 Pro and Galaxy Book4 Pro 360, was launched in Korea on January 2 to record interest, outselling last year's Galaxy Book3 series by 1.5 times during the first week of sales.[1].

“We are excited for users to experience the intelligence, connectivity and productivity that the Galaxy Book4 series delivers, taking our premium line of PCs to the next level,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile Experience, Samsung Electronics. “The Galaxy Book4 series delivers the powerful performance and multi-device connectivity that consumers expect from a high-performance PC in the market today.”

The Galaxy Book4 series delivers intelligent productivity backed by powerful hardware performance. Galaxy Book4 Ultra is equipped with the new Intel® Core™ Ultra 9/7 processor, which combines the newly added CPU, GPU and NPU into one package[2]plus enhanced security in every Galaxy Book model includes a new, secretive Samsung Knox chip that separately protects important system data.

Every experience in the Galaxy Book4 Ultra and Galaxy Book4 Pro series comes to life on the Dynamic AMOLED 2X touchscreen, delivering crisp contrast and vivid colours. The stunning visual experience even under strong sunlight is matched with Vision Booster for automatic brightness optimization as well as anti-glare technology[3] To reduce distractions. Building on the heritage of Samsung's Galaxy Book range, the Galaxy Book4 series has a unique Galaxy Connected experience that will let you stay connected

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Seamlessly connected through your Samsung Galaxy devices. From the second screen[4]which allows you to use your tablet as a monitor, even multi-control (multi-control)[5] To easily transfer files between devices with the Galaxy Book4 series' mouse and touchpad, you can take advantage of features that maximize productivity and creativity. All of these features are packed into a thin and lightweight design, which means you can experience powerful performance from anywhere, even on the go.

The Galaxy Book4 series will be available starting February 26 in select markets[6], including France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. For more information, visit: https://www.samsung.com/galaxy-book/

[1]Based on sales from January 2 to January 9 in the Korean market only.

[2]Specifications may vary by model or market. Compared to the previous series.

[3]Corning® Gorilla® Glass with DX complements the legendary strength of Corning® Gorilla® Glass to provide anti-reflective optics and enhanced corrosion resistance. Corning Glass Composite enhances screen readability by improving front surface reflectance by 75% compared to standard glass, and increases screen contrast by 50% compared to the same brightness screen.

[4]Both devices must be signed in to the same Samsung account. Requires Galaxy Tab S7 series or later and Tab Active4 Pro with One UI 3.1 or later.

[5]Samsung Multi Control requires updated phones with One UI 5.1, tablets with One UI 4.1 or higher, and works on Galaxy Book series devices released in 2021 or later with Samsung v1.5 (Intel) or Samsung v3 settings. 3(ARM). Some models may have limited feature support.

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[6]Availability may vary by market. Supported models, colors and sizes may vary by market.