Pros:- Phenomenal AMOLED Display that is very responsive to touch- Solid build quality despite being a thin and light- Top-notch performance in productivity tasks- Solid-sounding speakers- Sleek design – Keyboard and trackpad combo is a joy to use- A whole suite of software features- Integrates well with other Samsung devices
Cons:- On the more expensive end of the spectrum- Battery life can be a hit and a miss at times.
Price: Starts at Rs 1,55,990/-Rating: 4.5/5
From an engineering standpoint, a thin and light ultrabook is one of the most difficult pieces of tech to make. Not only does the device need to be ultraportable, sleek and magnificent to look at, it also cannot compromise on performance, the very thing that makes it an ultrabook, a machine fit for the pros.
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The audio experience on the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 is quite impressive, thanks to its four speakers comprising two 5-watt woofers and two 2-watt tweeters. These speakers provide ample volume without any noticeable distortion even when turned up to maximum. The mids and highs are distinct and well-defined, and the bass is more pronounced than one would expect from a laptop.
However, some users may find that the bass lacks the punch and depth they desire, though this is not a significant issue for most use cases. Overall, the quad speakers on the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 produce solid audio that is clear and balanced across the spectrum.
Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 review: The DisplayThe Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 boasts an impressive 16-inch 3K (2,880 x 1,800) AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 16:10 and a refresh rate of 120Hz, making it suitable for both work and play. Samsung has stated that the display can reach a maximum brightness of 400 nits, which is quite apparent when viewing the screen.
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