Samsung is no stranger to Windows laptops, although it does have a tough time sticking with one product line or naming scheme. I first fell for its unusually light designs back in 2017, when I bought and reviewed the Samsung Notebook 9 15 Ext, and since then, the company has consistently created fun and unique ultra-mobile PCs.
For 2021, Samsung finally finds focus with its new Galaxy Book Pro line, which comes in a traditional laptop design or a convertible "360" one in two different sizes.
This review focuses on the $1,500 Galaxy Book Pro 360 15, which is now available to purchase. With its gorgeous AMOLED display, excellent S Pen, and a surprisingly robust software suite, Samsung is playing for keeps. But the company also has some oversights that place it just out of reach of greatness. Luckily, its great pricing helps redeem it in the end.