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Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will be lighter than Apple can imagine


Last updated: January 11th, 2023 at 15:31 UTC+01:00

Samsung has a new ultralight laptop on the way, and you can already reserve it and benefit from $50 in Samsung Credit. The company will unveil the new Galaxy Book 3 series at Unpacked on February 1, alongside the Galaxy S23 series. Not much is known about it, but our sources tell us that the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will beat both Dell and Apple in at least one category.

According to our sources, the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will be lighter than the Dell XPS 15 and the MacBook Pro. For reference, the XPS 15 laptop from Dell weighs between 1.92 and 2.10 Kg, depending on the variant. Apple’s MacBook Pro tips the scale between 1.4 and 2.0 Kg, which means that the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra developed by Samsung should weigh less than 1.8 Kg.

The Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will have a full-sized keyboard with a number pad, which means it has a generous size. The ultrabook is likely powered by a 13th Gen. Intel processor.

More details will be revealed at Unpacked on February 1, but if you’re looking to save some cash, you can now reserve both the Galaxy Book 3 and the Galaxy S23 on Samsung’s website and get $100 in Credit (or one of the two devices and get $50 Samsung Credit).

The Galaxy Book 3 series will also include the Book 3 Pro and Pro 360 models, the latter of which has a 360-degree hinge. But the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will be the first of its kind, i.e., it will be Samsung’s first “Ultra” branded laptop.

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