Samsung updates its Galaxy Book lineup with 11th Gen Intel processors

Samsung today updated its Galaxy Book lineup with three new PCs - the Galaxy Book, the Galaxy Book Odyssey, and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G. All three laptops are powered by the 11th Generation Intel processors.

Samsung Galaxy Book

The Galaxy Book is a thin and light laptop that features a full-metal casing. The display on this one is a 15.6-inch Full HD touchscreen. The laptop is available with Core i5-1135G7 and Core i7-1165G7 processors.

The i5 variant comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage while the i7 variant comes with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage. There's Intel Iris Xe MAX graphics as well as support for Dolby Atmos on the device.

The Galaxy Book starts at $749.99 and is available starting today at and The devices will also be available at Best Buy retail locations nationwide starting November 15.

For power users, there's the Galaxy Book Odyssey. In addition to the 11th Generation Core i7-11600H processor, the device also sports an RTX 3050Ti Max-Q GPU. The device has a 15.6-inch Full HD display with a 170-degree viewing angle as well as an anti-glare coating with a brightness of 300 nits.

Samsung Galaxy Book

Memory and storage options include 8GB/512GB, 16GB/512GB, and 32GB/1TB variants. The Galaxy Book Odyssey starts at $1,399.99 and is available starting November 11 at,, Amazon,, MicroCenter, and NewEgg.

Lastly, we have the Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G. As the name suggests, it is a convertible laptop that also supports 5G. The laptop features a 13.3-inch AMOLED Full-HD touchscreen and weighs less than 2.5 pounds.

Samsung Galaxy Book

It is available with Core i5-1130G7 and Core i7-1160G7 processors with 8GB/256GB and 16GB/512GB memory and storage options. It also has an S-Pen included. The Galaxy Book Pro 5G starts at $1,399.99 and will be available starting November 11 at and

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