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Published on March 6th, 2019 | by admin

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Change the way you work with the Samsung Galaxy Book2

Work virtually wherever and whenever you want with Samsung’s new 2-in-1 PC

SYDNEY, Australia – 20 February 2019 –Samsung Electronics Australia has today announced the launch of the Galaxy Book2 – the always on, always connected PC that gives you the power to stay ahead of the game. With a supercharge battery,1 Gigabit LTE connectivity,2 and keyboard and S Pen included, the Galaxy Book2 allows you to work however you want.

“The way Australians work is transforming, so it is important that Samsung continues to keep pace and provide the tools for consumers to do and achieve more,” said Garry McGregor, Vice President of IT and Mobile, Samsung Electronics Australia. “The Galaxy Book2 is the optimal blend of innovative hardware and connectivity. It empowers Australians to work virtually wherever and whenever is convenient through outstanding productivity and mobility.”

The Galaxy Book2 also delivers some of the best Galaxy features in the 2-in-1 format: Its immersive, 12-inch Super AMOLED display and twin speakers tuned by AKG with built-in Dolby Atmos help to ensure every presentation and video looks and sounds stunning. At the same time, the Galaxy Book2 can work seamlessly with your other compatible Samsung devices – use Samsung Flow to transfer files, and sync and mirror with your Galaxy phone to see notifications in real-time, right on your screen.

The Galaxy Book2 will be available from Samsung and Telstra from February 26 for RRP $1599 and will also arrive at Vodafone at a date still to be confirmed.
Customers who purchase a Galaxy Book2 from participating retailers between February 26 and March 31 will receive bonus Samsung Multiport Adapter (valued at $179 RRP). Visit the Samsung Australia website for terms and conditions: www.samsung.com/au/book2-offer/terms.

Discover more about the Samsung Galaxy Book2 here. www.samsung.com/au/windows-tablets/galaxy-book2-sm-w737y/


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