The Galaxy Book Pro 360 has earned its fair share of fans.
What you need to know
- We gave the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 a very solid 4.5 out of 5 stars.
- MrMobile himself, Michael Fisher, also gave the machine a positive review.
- It appears the laptop’s pros and cons are easy to agree upon.
Our very own executive editor Daniel Rubino recently reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 and gave it a knockout-grade 4.5 out of 5 stars, citing items like its gorgeous AMOLED display and lightweight, thin frame as reasons for the high score. It seems he’s not alone in that verdict: Michael Fisher, otherwise known as MrMobile, shares similar views on the convertible. In his review, he cited its portability, AMOLED screen, and useful Samsung software as big gains.
Much like how Rubino felt in his review, Fisher mentioned that the dim display, subpar webcam, underwhelming speakers, and lack of a dedicated S Pen silo were noteworthy shortcomings. However, both men agreed that the Galaxy Book Pro 360 does a lot right and, given that it’s in a somewhat isolated category without much competition, is worthy of your consideration.
If you’re interested in the Galaxy Book Pro 360, be sure to check out both reviews for all the details and nitty-gritty specifics regarding what makes the laptop great for mobility-minded consumers.
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360
The Galaxy Book Pro 360 is thin, convertible, and in a class almost all its own. Lightweight, equipped with Samsung’s S Pen, and featuring a gorgeous AMOLED display, there’s a lot to love with Samsung’s latest and greatest.