Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro With Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Is $200 Off

If you are after a “powerful, fast, and amazing” laptop, then the Samsung marketing team has you covered. Right now, over at Amazon, the price of the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro has been reduced to just $1,049.99.

Samsung is promoting the Galaxy Book2 Pro as the “new way to PC.” Whatever that actually means? The punchline may not exactly be, well, punchy, and informative but the machine definitely stands up to the test.

To take on the world, you need a laptop that’s ready to go the distance…literally. Thinner and lighter than ever, Galaxy Book2 Pro helps you seize the day wherever you are without skrimping on power – in fact, it’s packing an almighty processor.

This new Samsung laptop is packed with all of the premium performance that regular Samsung buyers have come to expect – plus a bit more to boot. It’s powered by the latest 12th-generation Evo-certified Intel processor, Samsung’s most powerful available CPU yet, and comes with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of onboard storage.

The long-lasting battery is capable of lasting for up to 21 hours. The stunning AMOLED display offers “jaw-dropping” color and incredible detail. The laptop is also capable of working effortlessly with Samsung Galaxy devices offering a seamless tie-in with Samsung’s mobile and tablet devices.

Throw in the power, versatility, and extensibility of the Windows operating system, as well as the huge monetary discount, and you have a powerful laptop that is worthy of anyone’s consideration.

If you need any additional details on this powerful and popular Samsung laptop, then just pop onto the direct link below. You won’t be asked for any discount codes or coupons but you will need to act quickly to secure this deal.

Buy: Samsung 13.3” Galaxy Book2 Pro Laptop Computer from Amazon: $1,049.99 | Original price: $1,249.99

You may also like to check out:

You can follow us on Twitter, or Instagram, and even like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple, and the Web.