At the MWC 2017, South Korea’s tech giant Samsung released a series of Windows 10 tablets said to give Redmond tech giant, Microsoft, a fierce run for its money. True to its words, Samsung, which failed to disclose the retail price of its flagship Windows 10 tablets at the MWC 2017, has just announced the price.
Samsung has announced the retail price for the 10.6-inch and 12-inch Galaxy Book tablets, and they are more affordable compared to Microsoft’s Surface line of devices.
The 10.6-inch Galaxy Book tablet retails at $629.99. This device’s connectivity included Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Consumers would be glad to know that both tablets come with a free stylus and a keyboard case. Unlike Microsoft’s Surface devices where one must buy the stylus and the keyboard separately, making the purchase more expensive overall compared to Samsung’s Windows 10 tablets. That was a key focus point for Samsung at the MWC 2017, and true to their words, they released the …read more