Galaxy Book S Review: Featherweight, Ultra-Thin – And No WiFi Needed

March 25, 2020

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The first Apple computer I ever bought was a MacBook Air in 2009. When I think back on my favorite laptops of all time, that machine ranks very highly to this day. Why am I talking about a MacBook Air, on a review covering a Samsung Windows laptop? To make this point: if what you want is a super portable notebook with powerful features … you don’t always need to look for an Apple logo.

In today’s video: the Galaxy Book S. And while the first thing your eye might go to is the Samsung logo, or the impossibly thin casing … the biggest deal for me, is this: it’s the first “Always Connected PC” I’d actually buy. Come find out why in MrMobile’s Samsung Galaxy Book S Review!



MrMobile’s Samsung Galaxy Book S Review was produced following two weeks with a Galaxy Book S review sample provided by Samsung. The unit was tested on Verizon LTE in Brooklyn NY and Eastern Long Island, NY. The lone sponsor of this video is Blinkist; neither Samsung nor any other company paid a fee or otherwise offered compensation in exchange for this coverage.

Additional video by Michael Ezrachi.


Samsung Galaxy Book S:


Galaxy Book S Review [Windows Central]:

MacBook Air 2020 Review [Rene Ritchie]:



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