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  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Display, Pen
    Cons mentioned:
    Speakers

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Mostly fantastic, but expensive

    Posted .

    --DESIGN-- This laptop is the usual “ultrabook” form factor where it is very thin, and can fold back into a tablet form. While not unusual, it is well done. You can set it up in “tent” mode and watch a movie on it while it is free-standing. The body appears to be made of plastic, and there is more deck flex than I would expect at this price point. For the money, I would have much preferred some metal in the construction, and for the unit to be more rigid. Still, it seems sturdy enough, so this may be nit-picking. It is certainly usable. I should note that the case itself appears to be a fingerprint magnet, so it will be difficult to keep it looking nice, if you care about that sort of thing. --DISPLAY-- The display on this laptop is fantastic for general use. It advertises itself as having “120% color volume.” While not explaining if this is referenced to sRGB or Adobe color space, I can still believe it. Compared side-by-side to a standard IPS display, the colors are noticeably more vivid. Being an AMOLED, the blacks certainly are black. I have no doubt that you could calibrate the color on this display to be quite accurate, if you have the equipment to do so. It is “only” 1920x1080, but that really is the sweet spot for this display size for my aging eyes. The display is also “only” 60Hz, so this might not appeal to twitch gamers, but they are not the target market. But this is, without a doubt, the finest display that I have ever used on a laptop. --PERFORMANCE-- This is where this little machine shines. It has the latest “Tiger Lake” CPU. It features four cores and eight threads. The performance and thermals of this are quite impressive. It gets a solid 4391 points on Cinebench R23. For reference, compare this to a gaming laptop with a six-core i7-9750H processor, it only lost by a little, but the gaming laptop ran much hotter, a lot noisier, and almost three times as thick. So the performance is surprisingly good given the size. It is good to finally see Intel making a CPU that can compete against AMD in terms of both performance and power. The new Intel integrated graphics is also great for non-gamers. It gets a Furmark FHD benchmark score of 1926 points and 32 FPS. While it would struggle with modern AAA titles, for older and casual gamers, it should be more than adequate. Finally, it has something that I have not seen before. CPU-Z reports the 16 GB RAM as being quad-channel. Dual-channel is standard, and some laptops don’t even have that. This may be partially responsible for the impressive Cinebench score. The cooling is also apparently well done. Even while running the CPU at 100%, the fan was not obnoxiously loud and the chassis did not have any apparent lap-burning hot spots. There is ample storage for almost anybody, as it has a 1TB solid-state drive. --CONNECTIVITY-- This is very much a mixed bag: a strange combination of awesome and disappointment. However, given the extra-thin nature of the body, I can understand why they did what they did. First, the bad: there are no HDMI or USB-A ports at all. The ONLY connectivity consists of three USB-C ports (one being a Thunderbolt), one micro-SD slot, and one headphone jack. That is it. If you have a common flash drive, you won’t find a place to plug it in without an adapter. If you want to hook this up to a television, make sure to keep a USB-C to HDMI adapter on hand. However, the USB-C ports are perfect. You can charge the laptop using ANY of the three ports, and all three also support displays. I managed to get one USB-C port to drive three monitors (two are 1080p and one is 1440p) with a suitable docking station (using DP alt mode: not Thunderbolt, and not DisplayLink). Even my gaming laptop can only support two displays at full resolution. --INTERFACE-- The keyboard seems to be of fine quality, and I encountered no problems with it. It is backlit, with three levels of brightness. It also features a shrunken numeric keypad on the right, so the center of the alphabet portion is shoved a little to the left. The numeric keypad also holds your movement keys (home, end, pages up and down), so you can have those or the numbers, but not both at the same time. Also in the upper-right corner is the power button with the fingerprint sensor (no unlocking the computer with your face). The touchpad is gigantic, and works well. The speakers did not provide any surprises given the size. The bass is a little stronger than expected, but still not very pronounced, and the volume is adequate for listening to videos, but certainly not room-filling. Big sound requires big speakers, and there just isn’t room. Finally, the laptop came with a pen. This works well, and should allow for easily taking notes and drawing (with the right software). A cursor is displayed under the pen when it just gets close to the screen, but nothing is activated until the tip touches the display. It also has a button that brings up useful pen options. One of the best things is that it does not appear to need a battery at all. No more trying to find strange “quadruple-A” batteries or forgetting to charge it. If there is one minus, it is that the pen might be easy to lose. There is no place to store it. It seems magnetic, and it sticks to the bottom of the keyboard area when the unit is opened, but there appears to be no place to put it when the laptop is closed where it would be safe enough to not drop it. The included quick start guide also gave no guidance on pen storage. --BATTERY-- I have not had it enough to exhaustively test the battery, but it certainly seems to last a long time, depending upon usage. I used Firefox to stream a YouTube video (full screen, 50% brightness, audio muted) for three hours, and the battery went from 100% down to around 70%. This implies that the battery would fully die after about 10 hours. If you are just doing light office work (word processing, spreadsheet, etc.) I suspect that the battery would last much longer. This should easily last an entire day of school or work. The included USB-C charger is TINY. I would expect a charger that size to be suitable for a phone, but it actually supports 65W charging. --CONCLUSION-- While it commands a premium price, this is nearly the perfect ultrabook. The only things lacking are: USB-A and HDMI ports, and a stiffer chassis.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display, Pen

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great convertible for Samsung ecosystem

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    Pros Super amoled inky blacks Sturdy chassis Extremely thin and light Includes USB-C and a Thunderbolt Charges with USB-C Included charger is Gallium Nitride Lid automatically turns system off and on Good keyboard Includes number pad Good touchpad Some provided apps are useful Touchscreen Extremely small bezels Stylus included Fast fingerprint scanner Stable screen during usage despite thinness Tons of features compliment a Galaxy phone Switchable cooling profiles for performance or silence Cons Anemic downward firing speakers Battery life much shorter than stated Drivers still not stable Screen has a lot of glare Blue finish is a fingerprint magnet Includes bloatware with separate app store 1080p resolution on large screen reduces sharpness No storage for stylus Rubber tip on stylus doesn’t feel natural and catches dirt “Pro” version comes with Windows 10 “Home” 16:9 ratio feels extremely long in tablet mode Large bottom chin Lackluster webcam No Windows Hello Camera Poor touchpad palm rejection when typing Zero key in non-standard place on number pad Minor OLED PWM screen flicker The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 looks to have chosen to compete in the upper range of 2-in-1 Ultrabooks. Samsung’s focus with this seems to be thin and light with heavy integration to add value if you have a Galaxy Phone. It’s not to say you can’t use those features without one, but their functionality is enhanced when you do. Design and Features The design is extremely thin and deceptively light and very understated with only the Samsung logo embossed and two removeable stickers below the keyboard. In fact, it’s so thin it would be near impossible to house a standard USB port. Instead, it has 2 USB-C ports, one USB-C/Thunderbolt port, and a micro-SD card slot. If you still have standard headphones, you will be happy to hear it still has a headphone jack. Despite being so thin, the metal chassis makes it feel stronger than it you would expect. There is some minor deck flex in the keyboard, the center of the bottom panel flexes, and the bottom center of the screen also flexes but those areas don’t seem to be noticeable during regular usage. You can pick it up from a corner and it will hold it’s shape without warping. The power button doubles as a fingerprint reader as the webcam does not support Windows Hello. In the box is a stylus which has a slightly rubbery texture, USB-C charging cable, and power adapter. The power adapter is so small it seems to be gallium nitride which means even though it is 65 watts it is nearly the same size as a standard cellphone charger. Setup Once logged in you will find a lot of added apps. Some are bloatware, but a lot are Samsung’s own apps to extend functionality for Galaxy devices much how they do to Android on their phones. Many are nearly identical to their Android counterparts. Some apps are useful, such as a screen recorder or the creative app to go with the stylus while others are questionable at best such as the webcam beauty filters. The good thing is you can fully remove any applications you don’t want. That said, if you daily drive a Galaxy phone many of these apps will enhance the overall experience as you get Dex, Flow, Notes, Gallery, Voice Notes, Nearby Share, and others which directly tie into the Samsung ecosystem. The good thing is if you don’t use them, Samsung seems to have done a good job preventing them from bogging down the system. Performance Initially, performance was hit or miss with random errors and slight instability. After a round of firmware and driver updates the speed and reliability has improved noticeably. Overall performance feels snappy with no unexpected slowdowns. A nice touch is by default. The lid action shuts off the system versus standard sleep so you shouldn’t have it waking up in your bag later. The moment you open the lid the startup feels as instant as if it were in sleep mode. You can quickly log in with the fingerprint scanner, although a Windows Hello Camera would have been nice. The keyboard provides a good travel for the thickness. Keys have a distinct activation point with minimal wobble in keys and some extra travel after activation. Even in long typing sessions it feels comfortable. The main adjustment was the size of the keyboard. Key spacing is a bit different causing a small adjustment period to adapt while the number pad is a different story. If you bought this for the separate number pad and are proficient in 10-key touch, the offset of the 0 key will be frustrating. Instead of 0 being below the 2 or a long button between 1 and 2, it is only under 1. Often when you want to press 0 you end up hitting the decimal point instead. The trackpad inertia is well done feeling very natural making for pleasant usage with no unexpected gesture or click activations. There is a noticeable “rattle” on a tap click. It does cheapen the overall feel, but the consistency suggest it is by design. If there was any criticism about the touchpad, it would be the palm rejection. While updates have improved it, you can still occasionally cause unwanted movement while typing as the system registers your wrists resting on it typing as actual movements. Hopefully, Samsung will improve this during updates but as it stands now the issue is minor. Tablet use is, unsurprisingly, a compromise. The size and 16:9 aspect ratio makes tablet usage workable but not great. The huge chin to one side gives an odd offset feeling and if you put your fingers in that area to hold it you can feel the bezel flexing taking away from the premium feel a bit. While it would be nice if the S-Pen had a way to store it, the extra thickness is appreciated as it makes using the pen more confident. However, the rubberized tip has a bit too much grip. It seems Samsung was trying to provide friction for a more natural writing experience, but the stylus tip rubs enough to catch anything on the screen hindering the overall feel and the rubberized tip doesn’t glide as smoothly as a pen or pencil. What it does offer is a battery free experience with the same menu found on the Note lite that comes up with you click the S-Pen button. While nice, the button is very sleek making it hard to feel exactly where it is located. At 15 inches, using the convertible as an easel would seem a better use case. In that scenario, the main issue is the thinness means you will need to support the screen as your write or draw. Speakers feel like and afterthought on the 360. They are downward firing, but worse is that they don’t even get very loud. In quiet rooms this could be ok, but if you are trying to watch a video and there is any ambient noise it is sometimes impossible to hear particularly on some videos where the gain is set very low. In most cases the audio is good enough, but any Galaxy phone can easily outperform in sound quality and volume. The screen seems the exact opposite. While a 16:10 or 4:3 aspect ratio would have been nice for productivity and tablet mode, the 16:9 is well suited to watching videos. The Super Amoled produces inky blacks. It still exhibits some PWM flicker in certain lighting conditions, but the effect is mild. However, some might think their screen is failing because if this. Areas of the screen can become as dark as the surround bezel and just disappear. Light colors on the black background remain crisp with no unwanted blooming. Colors are accurate but just like Galaxy phones you can set your color profile to your liking. You can choose punchy and vibrant, subtle and accurate, or auto mode which determines the setting for you based on what you are doing. There is a light sensor which can help keep the screen from being too bright in dark rooms or crank the brightness all the way up when outdoors. Outdoors is where this panel struggles the most. While Samsung doesn’t seem to list the maximum brightness, the screen does seem to get bright, but any hope of overcoming bright light or sunlight is diminished by the heavy glare caused by the screen. While the glossy screen looks nice, it means that even in a moderately lit room you effectively have a mirror. In some cases, changing screen angles can alleviate this but just be prepared to accept the glare or possibly add an anti-glare screen protector. In today’s time talking about the webcam seems to be a must. If there was one word to describe the webcam it would be passable. Samsung knows how to make good, compact cameras and the one in this system seems an odd miss. They add beauty modes that seem more of a gimmick but the camera struggles in anything but very bright light and even though only looks workable. It would be fine for video conferencing but not much else. The microphones do work rather well, so that seems to confirm their focus. That said, the poor quality camera does tarnish the overall polish of the otherwise solid system. Final Thoughts There is so much more that could be said about this 2-in-1. Samsung added a ton of features, mostly useful, to enhance functionality and customizability to what is already a nice system even considering the odd compromises. The best way to describe it is if you have ever used a Galaxy phone. While they duplicate features, it’s often because they are improving them. Much like their newer phones, the additions on the Galaxy Book Pro 360 don’t seem to come with much, if any, performance hit. If you own a Galaxy phone that you are happy with and you are in the market for a laptop or 2-in-1, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 would be a nice fit. For others, it should be on your short list of choices as Samsung has done a nice job of making a solid, high performance 2-in-1 Ultrabook.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display, Pen
    Cons mentioned:
    Sound quality, Speakers

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall great laptop (with a horrible web cam)

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    We’ve been relying on our laptops more than ever in the last year, and shortages have caused choice to usually be limited to the very cheap or very expensive, with many of the mid-range systems having been scooped up by people needing to work and/or school from home this year. So, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 enters the scene as a not-so-cheap laptop with higher end features, but still not among the top priced competitors. The Galaxy Pro 360 is a beautiful machine. It’s incredibly thin and light at around 3 pounds and thin as a typical smart phone. The Mystic Navy color is very attractive (though it does attract fingerprints easily). Being so thin, you have one thunderbird port, and three USB-C ports with a microSD card reader and headphone jack, but unfortunately that thinness excludes an optical drive, HDMI port, or any standard USB ports (there is no USB-A to USB-C adapter in the box – boo). A 65 watt fast charger and cord is included, so charging won’t take long at all. Samsung claims up to 20 hours of battery life per charge (I got more like 8 to 11ish, in real-world use; yours may vary depending on how you use it). The standout feature of the Galaxy Pro 360 is the very nice 15.6”, 1080p, AMOLED display. It’s not the very brightest outdoors, but bright enough for my uses (indoors), and being AMOLED, the colors are saturated and the blacks stand out very well. You can swivel the screen from standard use to tent mode, or all the way back to tablet mode. A Galaxy s-pen is included in the box – it’s larger than the s-pens you see with Note phones, but feels good in the hand. With this pen, you can do a lot on the Pro 360’s touch screen with the included Samsung software; take hand notes, copy areas of the screen for screen shots, notate web pages, sign documents, edit videos, screen record, and more. It takes a little practice, but comes in very handy. There’s no slot in the laptop to slide it into, though – but it will magnetically stick to the lid. The keyboard (lit) is a bit thin, but still has some tact to it when typing. Not the best I’ve used, but not bad. If you’re a hard typist you’ll feel a little flex but not terribly so. It does include a full numeric keypad on the right (slightly smaller than standard size). A fingerprint reader key on the upper-right doubles as the power-on button. The speakers are more on the side/underside and are at best average, not being very loud and a lacking bass; ok for general use and with tweaking can sound better, but if listening to serious music, you’ll want to use a Bluetooth speaker. The one VERY bad part about the Pro 360? The web cam. Ugh… 720p (!), not very sharp, and very poor in lower light. This is my one HUGE complaint. Samsung put a $350 laptop web cam on a $1,500 laptop, in a time when more than ever, people are relying on video conferencing for work and school – why, Samsung… why? My model has a newest generation i7 processor, 16 gigs of RAM, a very fast and nice sized 1 terabyte SSD drive, and built-in Iris graphics which works surprisingly fast for integrated graphics. You won’t have an issue doing all of your daily work, photo editing, and even video editing so long as you’re not rendering a Hollywood blockbuster. Most games except the most high-end should work fine. Mine didn’t stumble at all, no matter what I did. My Galaxy ear Buds connected seamlessly with the laptop, and if you are part of the Samsung ecosystem, you can also connect many of Samsung’s Galaxy phones to the Pro 360 to swap data and interact. I MOSTLY love the Pro 360. I love love love the screen, the beautiful body and overall build quality, the color, and the basic specs being speedy, along with the s-pen’s convenience. What I don’t like is the sound quality from the speakers, lack of legacy ports (USB-A and HDMI), and the dare I say it again, horrible web cam. So, as long as you realize you’ll probably need to use an external speaker for real serious music playback, and third-party web cam with this, many should feel ok with this laptop. Also again, remember to buy a USB-A to USB-C adapter if you plan on using older accessories with it. Recommend with good marks, minus a star for the web cam.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Design, Display

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Powerful 2-in-1 With Great Battery Life & Features

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    ----- Summary ----- Verdict: If you are looking for a portable 2-in-1 laptop with all-day battery life and great performance, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 might be for you. There is a lot to like about it, such as the thin and lightweight design, beautiful screen, long-lasting battery, great keyboard, and included S Pen. Due to the poor webcam quality and lack of built-in stylus storage, it is just shy of a five-star laptop. Despite that, I am very pleased. Especially for Galaxy device owners, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is definitely one to consider. Pros: - Thin and lightweight, especially for a 15-inch laptop - Beautiful AMOLED screen - Premium build quality - Long battery life - Comfortable typing experience - Seamless experience for Galaxy device owners - S Pen included in the box Cons: - Webcam quality is subpar - No built-in stylus storage ----- Details ----- Design: Laptops have been getting thinner over time, but what Samsung has accomplished with the Galaxy Book Pro 360 seems impossible. How is such a powerful laptop with a very long-lasting battery this thin? It is astounding to me, and so is the weight. Especially for a 15-inch laptop, the super sleek design is a game-changer for me, since I am often transporting my laptop on the go. With the Galaxy Book Pro 360, I can have a large screen without sacrificing portability. Even with such a thin and lightweight design, all the components feel solid and of high quality. To test the 360-degree hinge, I have been frequently trying different modes (laptop, tent, and tablet) and have noticed that the hinge is very sturdy. As for the ports, there is a decent selection that includes three USB-C (one supports Thunderbolt 4), a headphone jack, and a MicroSD card slot. If you use any USB-A accessories, you will need an adapter to use them with this laptop. Typing on the keyboard feels very comfortable. I like that the right side of the keyboard has a number pad which can also be used as an extra arrow d-pad that includes Page Up and Page Down, as well as Home and End keys. These are enabled when Num Lock is off. Rounding out my comments on the design, the trackpad is huge. I really appreciate that there is plenty of room for scrolling or using pinch zoom. Screen: The AMOLED screen is stunning. Whether I am inside or outside (even in direct sunlight), it is bright enough for me to see what is on the screen, and the colors are vivid. There are several color profiles available in the settings that allow you to customize the screen mode to your liking, or you can just go with “Auto mode” which will switch color profiles automatically based on what you are doing. Although not visible to the naked eye, Samsung says the screen reduces blue light which can lessen eye strain. I have had several long working sessions on this laptop and have not noticed any eye strain, so I think there might be some truth behind it. This is the first 15-inch laptop I have owned in a while, and I quickly realized that the extra screen space is nice to have, especially since I often find myself with multiple windows open at once. Performance: I purposefully ran numerous apps and videos at once to gauge the Galaxy Book Pro 360’s performance, and it handled everything with ease. Nothing crashed or had any lag. I would likely never be running that much at once, but it is nice to know this laptop can handle just about anything you throw at it. Battery Life: One thing I look for in a laptop is a battery that can last through a normal workday (8+ hours of continuous use), and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 easily hits that mark and then some. I would say that I average about 10 hours of battery life when running multiple apps and using numerous tabs in my browser. If I just use it for casual browsing or entertainment, I can get even more. Features: An S Pen is included in the box, and I have been using it often to write notes. I am happy to say the writing experience is great, and of the little doodling I did, the drawing experience seems great too. Since taking notes digitally is part of my weekly routine, I am glad the S Pen makes it easy to write legibly with little error. My only wish is that there was a slot to house it on the laptop, but at least it can attach magnetically. Since I usually participate in multiple video calls throughout the week, having a webcam on my laptop is a must. Unfortunately, the webcam quality on the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is subpar at best. I was hopeful that the various filters might help, but they do not. It always seems to look a little blurry and grainy, and those on the other end of the video calls agree, which is not acceptable for a premium laptop. The poor webcam quality came as a surprise to me because everything else about this laptop has been impressive. Moving on to some of the other features that I do like, there is a fingerprint sensor in the power button that works with Windows Hello. It has proven to be a reliable, quick, and secure way to unlock the Galaxy Book Pro 360. There are also several Samsung apps pre-installed that enable a seamless experience if you own other Galaxy devices. For example, Quick Share allows you to instantly share files, and Samsung Notes syncs across all Galaxy devices. As a Galaxy Note phone owner, I appreciate having apps like these that make multitasking or transitioning from my phone to the computer (or vice versa) very easy.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    About my new laptop

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    The Samsung Galaxy Book 360 has the most power I have ever used in a computer. The startup of Windows 10 is instant. It has no drag. The laptop connects directly with my Samsung phone for everything from calls to downloads. I have begun editing video on the laptop and it has exceeded my expectation.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Design, Display

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Sleek and Dazzling!

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    Samsung’s Galaxy Pro 360 delivers productivity when needed and converts to an even more impressive entertainment companion thanks to a perfect blend of software and hardware. If the past year has taught us anything, it is more important than ever to find that balance between work and play amidst everything else. The formfactor and lightweight of the Galaxy Pro 360 are very captivating. Enclosed in an aluminum chassis (Mystic Navy Blue in my case), it weighs just a little over three pounds (3.06 lbs.) and has a very minimalist layout. The left side houses one of the two provided USB Type-C ports. The other items located on the left side are the operating status LED and a Thunderbolt 4 port. On the right side can be found the second USB Type-C port, a MicroSD Multi-media card reader (micro SD, micro SDHC and micro SDXC) and a headphone out/microphone in combo. In addition to charging USB Type-C devices, these ports (and the Thunderbolt 4 port) can each be used as the charging port for the PC via the included 65W USB Type-C adapter. My configuration had a 4405mAh 4 cell Li-ion battery that is rated for 20 hours. Two AKG tuned speakers rated at 4W are located underneath the computer along with the fan vents. The sound is amazingly clear and doesn’t appear negatively impacted by the speaker location. The backlit keyboard has a numeric pad and is also spill resistant. I found the keystroke travel acceptable given the overall size of the PC; it is only 0.47 inches at its thickest region by the hinges. The multi-gesture touchpad is generously sized and physically clicks. The power button also doubles as a fingerprint sensor/reader for security. Setup is easy and works very well. Underneath the hood is an 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor (2.8GHz up to 4.7Ghz with 12MB L3 cache). The processor is also Intel Evo-certified which simply put means the device has been verified to provide top notch mobile performance such as instant wake, exceptional battery life and responsiveness. In my experience, even on the battery life focused setting, the Galaxy Pro 360 is quick in performance. Assisting the snappy CPU is 16GB of RAM for multitasking; the integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics card also uses this for video memory and is more than adequate for non-intensive video tasks. The RAM appears soldered to the motherboard though implying no possible upgrades. 1TB SSD for storage is more than enough for average use. Given Samsung’s history with SSD, you can be assured of longevity. For connectivity, there is Bluetooth 5.1 (low energy use, quicker connections) and Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) on the new 802.11ax standard. The centerstage of the Galaxy Pro 360 is the 15.6” glossy Super AMOLED touch screen. With a 1920 x 1080 (FHD) resolution and an aspect ratio of 16:9, it is a real joy to use. To be expected with the Super AMOLED technology employed in most Samsung tablets and tablets, colors “pop” and are brought to life with remarkable contrast ratios. Blacks are true blacks as the screen does not illuminate those areas, helping conserve battery unlike LCDs. Another advantage over the LCDs is the lack of light "bleed" around the screen edges. In addition to an Auto option, there are four other modes to choose from for content viewing: Vivid, Natural, PhotoEdit (photo editing) and Movie. Brightness is adequate, however, to be expected with a glossy screen, outdoor use can be a little challenging. As the name suggests, the rather sturdy hinges offer 360-degree rotation for conversion to either tablet or “tent” mode for an alternative viewing setup. Needless to say, the PC comes “binge-watching” ready. Above the screen is housed a 720p HD camera, a video camera LED indicator, a microphone with a dual array setup and an ambient light sensor that not only controls screen brightness but also the keyboard illumination. In addition to accepting touch input, the included S Pen can be used to take handwritten notes via the included Samsung Notes app. This iteration is ergonomic and feels more natural than its smaller Galaxy Note counterparts. It’s beveled to help prevent rolling and can magnetically attach to the chassis. There’s no defined storage for it by default but Samsung already has a case that will protect both the laptop and S Pen. Pressing the S Pen button while hovering over the screen delivers the S Pen features via Samsung’s Air Command. Highlights of the features are listed below: • Samsung Notes - Note creation via text or handwriting/doodle that can also capture audio and images • Smart select - For selecting, sharing or saving content. App can extract text from PDFs or save videos as GIFs • Screen write - Captures screenshot for scribbling or drawing • Live Message - Records handwriting or drawing action that is saved and played back as an animated file. Adds a personal touch to messages • PENUP - Samsung’s app for sharing and viewing Pen generated content globally. The app also provides coloring activities and live drawing tutorials to help develop sketch skills • Show Window - When connected to an external display (via an optional USB-Type C/Thunderbolt 4 to HDMI cable), selected area on the Galaxy Pro 360 can be projected in full screen on that external display Two other notable software are detailed below: • Link Sharing: This allows you to share content via a link. It conveniently has a two-day expiration; an inbuilt Dropbox • Samsung Security: Samsung deploys its own suite of security promoting features: a) Privacy Folder – Secures content in password protected folders b) Secret Screen – Uses window overlays of compatible apps to thwart prying eyes c) Block Recording – Prevents unwanted microphone or camera recording d) Security Cam – Emails pictures of failed log in attempts by unauthorized persons Samsung has come a long way and is no doubt a formidable force in both mobile and television industries. The Samsung Galaxy 360 is a very good effort to deliver some of its best innovations from both sectors in a very compact PC. Familiarity with Samsung's devices and software heightens the excitement but newbies will feel right at home too. The Galaxy Pro 360 is poised to be the device to seamlessly tackle both work and play, as we adjust to the new normal working from home.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Lightweight & Powerful

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    First off I just would like to say that I got this laptop for a steal for Black Friday. Saved over $500! Original price is $1,499 but actually got it for $999 and I absolutely love it! I thought the 15.6 in. would be a little too big but it's actually the perfect size but only downfall with that is you lose USB-A & HDMI ports but has USB-C charging. The included S-Pen is a plus also but just wish that there was a storage slot for it when you're finished using it. Overall it's a powerful laptop especially with the Intel Evo i7! I'm definitely glad I bought it. I'm a Samsung fan and basically everything I own is Samsung! Some may call me biased but the way I see it is it's just like people who like only iPhones and only buy Apple products.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display, Pen

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Impressive 2n1

    Posted .

    So I got this Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 to replace my last convertible that I handed down. First this thing looks really good! The design and feel are really nice! It’s slimmer than my old convertible while having a bigger screen. It is a bit slippery. Yes I know it’s a laptop but it’s also a tablet and in that mode it can be a bit of a handful to hold. Performance far exceeds my needs for basic laptop use (email, web browsing and simple office type work.) So for its performance is great with the Intel Corei7 and 16gb of ram. Start up was fast once all the Windows updates were done. Programs loaded fast and switching between was as well. The AMOLED screen is gorgeous! Pics really don’t do it justice. Videos and pictures look great on it. The included S pen is nice and it’s size make it comfortable and easy to use. Pen input worked well while doing some simple coloring and notes. The only down side is that there isn’t a way to attach the S pen to the laptop. I’m guessing because of its size which helps with it’s usability but it would be nice to have something on the laptop to hold it. Touch input was also extremely smooth almost like using a huge Samsung Galaxy phone lol I’m not much of a gamer but I did download Asphalt 9 legends to see how the Galaxy Book Pro would do? I was able to play with the highest settings with no lag or stuttering at all. The screen really shines here. I didn’t have a controller to use so played in tablet mode. This thing is on the bigger side of course so it does make it challenging to play on but doable. If your in the market for a 15.6” convertible you should definitely put the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 on your short list!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best 2in1 for a Graphic Designer

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Thus laptop is great for any one who uses Photoshop, Illustrator, or any other of those kind of softwares. Also pairs perfectly with my Samsung Phone. Having access to phone from my laptop comes in handy if your phone is in the other room.

    Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Most Fragile thing in existence

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    Posted .
    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

    Always treated the laptop with absolute care and one time I just opened it up and there was a large crack along the screen. It still worked fine but after a couple of weeks, the touch screen just started randomly activating around the crack making it completely unusable. Then, the screen just eventually cracked more near the curve when I tried to deactivate the touch screen by pressing down near it. While all this is happening, Samsung's website is never working properly and filing a warranty report just gives an error message, making it impossible for me to get this fixed and therefore having wasted $1500 on it.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Pen, Speed

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast, lightweight, and long battery life!

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    My last laptop finally died 6 hours before the due date for my first PhD final exam. Post Black Friday sales, every stores was sold out, but Bestbuy came through with an amazing open box deal on this laptop. Unboxing was effortless and without charging the laptop, it had a few hours of life right out of the box. The battery life on this 360 is amazing! I use this all day and have no problem if I forget my charger. Bonus is my cellphone cable will charge this laptop. The s-pen is so much smoother than the apple pencil for my iPad (I only have an iPad for work). Go Team Samsung! This laptop is soo thin and light, you almost forget you're holding a computer. I work with kids so I got a screen protector immediately, and had to trim it because this screen has no edge and the 2-in-1 tablet feature. I also keep it in a reinforced sleeve because this wasn't cheap. The mouse pad was tricky at first, I was getting phantom clicks and highlights, with it sitting on uneven services or holding it my lap. I found out this happens because the laptop itself is soo thin, that it registers pressure from underneath. So I always keep it on one of those lap desks, to give it support and help me protect it from grabbing it at possible weak points. I got this with Windows 11, which got rid of tablet mode, but there is a function key to disable the mouse pad, my only wish is that Samsung made it to lock the entire keyboard when it's folded like a tablet. My only complaint is that there are no longer any USB ports, only type C's. So I had to buy a few adapters.... Otherwise I love this laptop!

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Simply amazing!!!!!

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    Posted .

    Best Laptop hands down! The color is smooth, the tech specifications are out of this world! The laptop doubles as a notebook and the fact that it’s touchscreen is a very big plus for me!!!!

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    An excellent laptop...

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I have never had this kind of laptop before. I am completely satisfied with this. Plus the bonus of a stylus pen that comes with it.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesomeness

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    Recieved my galaxy pro this afternoon and i absolutely love this thing

    Features

    Battery Life
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love it

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    Posted .
    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Best investment I have made. The graphics on it.. so satisfying.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Samsung is Trash and this product is testimony.

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    Posted .
    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

    A flimsy piece of trash, screen cracked after 2 months of use. Cheap trashy product. The device was not dropped or mishandled. Opened it up to use on a regular workday and the screen was broken. DO NOT RECOMMEND. Save your money and buy something that is actually worth $1500.00

    Features

    Battery Life
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    1 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    2 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent, light and powerful 2 in 1

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Samsung has hit the ball out of the park with the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360. If you ask me, this is the only Samsung laptop as of yet to be good enough to warrant the Galaxy name. It is a beatiful, light and powerful machine that clocks in at a very light weight. It has no 3D gaming chip, but so far has been able to play many of the Xbox and Steam games that I've thrown at it (granted it gets quite hot and sometimes freezes based on the complexity of the game) Halo, Mechwarrior 5, and Forza 7 worked great, granted you do mot get all of the visual bells and whistles. However, this is impressive coming from a thin ultra-book 2 in 1. The screen is not 4K, but is OLED and looks mighty impressive and sharp. My biggest gripes are the webcam and usb ports. It comes with lightning and usb-c so a USB-C to USB adapter or hub is necessary. I understand that this was done to keep the laptop as thin as possibe and I applaud them for that. However, it makes the Galaxy Book less portable when having to also carry around a hub or adapters. The webcam is overly bright and pixelly. Not a fan, but also not a complete deal breaker, especially when a clipon webcam can be gotten for about 30 bucks. Also, the camera is not compatible with Windows Hello, but the fingerprint scanner works quite well. In the end, I am very pleased with the Samsung Galaxy Book and could go on and on about it, but you're probably already bored with me. Try it, you'll like it!!

    Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Expensive, yet powerful and convenient product!

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    This Samsung laptop computer is the first I have ever bought and I have to say so far so good! It is what it is and does what it does, it feels comfortable while typing, it inspires confidence while using it all thanks to its powerful processor, from surfing the internet to listening to music with or without headphones and to watching movies on an incredible Super AMOLED display really wraps up a good package. I bought the Mystic Navy 1Tb SSD 16Gb RAM laptop and I'm still trying to push the limits of what this machine can do connecting all my Samsung ecosystem and multi-tasking. As a Samsung fan, I strongly recommend this beautiful and thin laptop for anyone trying to complete their own Samsung ecosystem. Overall, I know this laptop is the beginning of great things to come in the future for Samsung! Buy with confidence.

    Features

    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great, Light, Laptop!

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I really like this computer. It is not the most powerful laptop you can buy but that is not what you are paying for. This thing is light. I have never held a 15 inch laptop that is this light. Everything works on it. I wish it had a discrete graphics card but I knew going in that it did not. I can run multiple screens with no issues. Multiple tabs opened no issues. Multiple programs no issues. As I type this review I have it plugged into a Samsung 32 inch monitor. Seamless What about looks. Beautiful! Opens easy and can turn it into tablet mode without issues. If you want a tablet though I would get the 13 inch instead. The 15 inch makes it hard to use as a laptop.

    Features

    Battery Life
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Features

    Battery Life
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Pros mentioned:
    Design, Display

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Laptop

    |
    Posted .
    Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.

    I absolutely love this laptop! It's thin, lightweight, and the screen is phenomenally beautiful! It's the perfect size for media consumption and it also flips and turns into a tablet! It also comes with a pen but it doesn't work like the S pen on the Note Series but it still works great! I had the Samsung Galaxy Book S but I fell in love with the mystic navy blue color and wanted something a little bit bigger so I sold it, saved up some money, and bought it right on time for Christmas! Best Christmas gift to myself ever!

    Features

    Battery Life
    4 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Display
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Speed
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend
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