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Samsung Galaxy Book Go

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Samsung Galaxy Book Go
Samsung Galaxy Book Go (Galaxy Book Serie)
Processore
Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 8 x 2.6 GHz, Cortex-A76 / A55 (Kryo 468)
Scheda grafica
Memoria
4096 MB 
Schermo
14.00 pollici 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel 157 PPI, AUO203D, TN, lucido: no
Harddisk
128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash, 128 GB 
, 80 GB libera
Porte di connessione
2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0 / 3.1, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 1 DisplayPort, 1 Kensington Lock, Connessioni Audio: 3.5mm audio jack, Lettore schede: microSD
Rete
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5), Bluetooth 5.1, LTE
Dimensioni
altezza x larghezza x profondità (in mm): 15 x 324 x 225
Batteria
41.1 Wh, 5320 mAh ioni di litio
Ricarica
ricarica rapida
Sistema Operativo
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Camera
Webcam: 0.9 MP, 16:9 (1280x720)
Altre caratteristiche
Casse: stereo, 2x 1.5 Watt, Tastiera: chiclet, Illuminazione Tastiera: no, alimentatore, strumento per espulsione SIM, Samsung Apps, 24 Mesi Garanzia, Valore SAR (corpo): 0,902 W/kg, senza ventola
Peso
1.38 kg, Alimentazione: 96 gr
Prezzo
500 Euro

 

Pricecompare

Punteggio medio: 60.66% - imperfetto
Media dei 14 punteggi (dalle 17 recensioni)
prezzo: 60%, prestazioni: 59%, caratteristiche: 44%, schermo: 72% mobilità: 80%, qualità di lavorazione: 71%, ergonomia: 84%, emissioni: 95%

recensioni per Samsung Galaxy Book Go

79.3% Recensione del Samsung Galaxy Book Go: Notebook da ufficio silenzioso | Notebookcheck
Il Samsung Galaxy Book Go è un notebook molto economico che è adatto per le attività quotidiane d'ufficio e la navigazione web. Con il processore ARM, il portatile offre una durata della batteria molto buona, ma anche dei limiti. Chiariremo quali sono queste nel nostro rapporto di test.
Samsung Galaxy Book Go: il notebook con cuore di ARM
Sorgente: Quotidiano Hardware Upgrade Italiano
Altra caratteristica positiva di questo prodotto è la connettività, che pur con un costo contenuto prevede anche un modem LTE integrato. Proprio in virtù del costo contenuto del notebook riteniamo poco probabile che si vada ad abbinarvi una SIM dati dedicata con abbonamento mensile, ma è interessante che questa flessibilità di configurazione e di accesso al web sia garantita. Per il resto, il feedback d'uso con le tipiche applicazioni web di produttività personale è di avere tra le mani un sistema non brillante e pronto ad operare, per giunta fortemente penalizzato da un pannello dalla qualità molto bassa e dalla precisione cromatica che lascia a dir poco a desiderare. Sulla carta Galaxy Book Go può rappresentare una soluzione molto valida per chi lavora con servizi via browser e apprezza autonomia e leggerezza, oltre che per gli studenti impegnati in videoconferenze e didattica avanzata. All'atto pratico, però, questo è un notebook da lasciare sullo scaffale, volgendo il nostro sguardo verso altri prodotti.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 01/27/2022
Samsung Galaxy Book Go Recensione: Parola D'Ordine Semplicità
Sorgente: Everyeye.it Italiano
L'idea di Samsung di creare un notebook che vada incontro alle necessità del pubblico meno esigente è sicuramente corretta. Allo stato attuale il Galaxy Book Go è in vendita sul sito ufficiale di Samsung a 499€, un costo che riteniamo però elevato se rapportato alle prestazioni offerte. A livello hardware la pecca più grande che abbiamo riscontrato è nello schermo, di qualità troppo bassa per gli standard del 2021. Positive invece la portabilità, l'autonomia e la connessione LTE per l'utilizzo in mobilità. Il vero problema, quando si parla di Windows e processori ARM, è proprio Windows e il suo ecosistema software. Allo stato attuale le applicazioni native sono poche e quelle emulate non offrono spesso performance adeguate, basti pensare a Chrome, il browser più utilizzato al mondo, che presenta lag e rallentamenti anche solo con una manciata di schede aperte. Microsoft, purtroppo, non è riuscita a fare ciò che Apple ha fatto con macOS e i processori della gamma M, Windows non è ancora pronto per i processori ARM, soprattutto per quelli di fascia bassa.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Corto, Data: 12/28/2021

recensioni esterne

60% Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go review: a cheap day-to-day laptop
Sorgente: T3 Inglese EN→IT
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go is a cheap and durable laptop that will be best for casual day-to-day tasks. To keep the price low, Samsung has made some sacrifices across the screen and hardware which is why it won't be so good for more demanding tasks like photo editing or gaming.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 04/26/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
40% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: A galactic disappointment
Sorgente: It Pro Inglese EN→IT
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go has plenty of appeal on the surface, but scratching below that reveals it’s only suitable for a very niche demographic: specifically people who have very low hardware demands and prioritise battery life over every other metric. Without sugar coating it, it was hard to open the Galaxy Book Go without a sense of dread. Compatibility issues mean Windows on ARM is still somewhat unappealing despite its ongoing development, and the quality of the display on this laptop is unforgivable for a product released in 2022. We can’t think of a valid reason that justifies how bad it is, even when considering its affordability. The Microsoft Surface Go 3 is available for £499 including the keyboard, but it has a fantastic display for the price and applications like Chrome don’t run like a pig in high heels. If we’ve learned anything from the Samsung Galaxy Book Go, it’s that a tight budget can only be pushed so far and Windows on ARM still needs more time in the oven. In the meantime, you should only consider buying the Galaxy Book Go if you want to experience what it feels like to use a laptop from 2012.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 04/08/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 40%
70% Samsung Galaxy Book Go Review
Sorgente: PC Verge Inglese EN→IT
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go is simply a mixed bag, but a hard sell at the very best. This budget Windows laptop – on one hand, has a very good battery life and beautiful design, but there are just too many compromises to make it a worthwhile pick over a Chromebook or VivoBook 15. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go’s terribly slow performance and overall cheap design all combine for a less desirable machine. For the price, you’re better off spending on the Acer Chromebook Spin 513, and if Windows is a must-have, both the Acer A515-46-R3UB and Asus VivoBook 15 are excellent alternatives.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 04/04/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 70%
70% Samsung Galaxy Book Go
Sorgente: Gadgetspeak Inglese EN→IT
This is one of three different models of notebooks that have something that few notebooks have, a SIM slot so that when out and about you do not have to rely on your SmartPhone or dodgy open Wi-Fi to stay in touch. While I have seen this before it has only been on a very few Tablets and not on a full notebook like the Samsung Galaxy Book Go.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Cortissimo, Data: 03/02/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 70% prezzo: 60% prestazioni: 80% qualità di lavorazione: 60%
50% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review
Sorgente: Tech Advisor Inglese EN→IT
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go may benefit from an attractive enough design, plenty of ports, and perks like excellent battery life and 4G connectivity, but its performance problems overshadow them all. All the ports in the world don’t matter when a laptop is this slow and frustrating for basic, everyday tasks, and even at a relatively affordable price this is really a false economy. You’re much better off spending a little bit more for better performance elsewhere – or turning to a Chromebook for a budget laptop you won’t want to throw in the bin.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 02/02/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 50%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review
Sorgente: Techradar Inglese EN→IT
We have to imagine that, some time in 2016 or 2017, Samsung gleefully signed on to the Windows on ARM program, a move which eventually led to the Samsung Galaxy Book Go. We'd also have to imagine that Samsung is not feeling nearly as gleeful right now, because whatever Windows on Arm is supposed to be, the Galaxy Book Go just isn't it. Its failures aren't only the fault of the Snapdragon processor at its heart. That chip sure does its darnedest, and works at a decent clip when running things which are pre-baked to support it. It runs cool, the machine is super-quiet, and the phone-esque features that such a chipset brings (notably instant-on and ridiculous battery life) are a real highlight here. But challenge it in any way and it crumples. Whatever compatibility layer Windows 11 has implemented for x86 apps is generally pretty poor, which we somewhat expected. But we expected slightly more snappiness on the desktop; the 4GB RAM package in this laptop just isn't enough to do more than one or two things at a time.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 01/11/2022
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: You’re better off with a Chromebook
Sorgente: Expert Reviews Inglese EN→IT
What to make of the Galaxy Book Go, then? It certainly makes good on its two main promises of great battery life and always-on wireless connectivity, but its awful display is impossible to overlook. That’s a shame, because the keyboard is great and hardware performance isn’t an issue, either. Windows 10 runs beautifully on the Qualcomm chipset, as do Windows on ARM native apps. But the performance penalty incurred when running x86 Win32 apps under emulation really knocks the shine off, as does the current inability to run x64 apps at all. An ARM64 native version of Chrome would go a long way to improving the situation – making the Galaxy Book Go a potential Chromebook killer – but your guess is as good as mine as to whether this will eventually come to fruition. The great battery life, quality keyboard and built-in 4G modem may well attract some interest at the price, and if all you want is a laptop for basic on-the-go productivity then it may suit, but that wretched display and inconsistent app compatibility inevitably lead the Galaxy Book Go to being just a poor man’s MacBook Air.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 12/03/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: You’re better off with a Chromebook
Sorgente: Expert Reviews Inglese EN→IT
What to make of the Galaxy Book Go, then? It certainly makes good on its two main promises of great battery life and always-on wireless connectivity, but its awful display is impossible to overlook. That’s a shame, because the keyboard is great and hardware performance isn’t an issue, either. Windows 10 runs beautifully on the Qualcomm chipset, as do Windows on ARM native apps. But the performance penalty incurred when running x86 Win32 apps under emulation really knocks the shine off, as does the current inability to run x64 apps at all. An ARM64 native version of Chrome would go a long way to improving the situation – making the Galaxy Book Go a potential Chromebook killer – but your guess is as good as mine as to whether this will eventually come to fruition. The great battery life, quality keyboard and built-in 4G modem may well attract some interest at the price, and if all you want is a laptop for basic on-the-go productivity then it may suit, but that wretched display and inconsistent app compatibility inevitably lead the Galaxy Book Go to being just a poor man’s MacBook Air.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 11/19/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: You’re better off with a Chromebook
Sorgente: Expert Reviews Inglese EN→IT
What to make of the Galaxy Book Go, then? It certainly makes good on its two main promises of great battery life and always-on wireless connectivity, but its awful display is impossible to overlook. That’s a shame, because the keyboard is great and hardware performance isn’t an issue, either. An ARM64 native version of Chrome would go a long way to improving the situation – making the Galaxy Book Go a potential Chromebook killer – but your guess is as good as mine as to whether this will eventually come to fruition. The great battery life, quality keyboard and built-in 4G modem may well attract some interest at the price, and if all you want is a laptop for basic on-the-go productivity then it may suit, but that wretched display and inconsistent app compatibility inevitably lead the Galaxy Book Go to being just a poor man’s MacBook Air.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 09/15/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: You’re better off with a Chromebook
Sorgente: Expert Reviews Inglese EN→IT
What to make of the Galaxy Book Go, then? It certainly makes good on its two main promises of great battery life and always-on wireless connectivity, but its awful display is impossible to overlook. That’s a shame, because the keyboard is great and hardware performance isn’t an issue, either. Windows 10 runs beautifully on the Qualcomm chipset, as do Windows on ARM native apps. But the performance penalty incurred when running x86 Win32 apps under emulation really knocks the shine off, as does the current inability to run x64 apps at all. The great battery life, quality keyboard and built-in 4G modem may well attract some interest at the price, and if all you want is a laptop for basic on-the-go productivity then it may suit, but that wretched display and inconsistent app compatibility inevitably lead the Galaxy Book Go to being just a poor man’s MacBook Air.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Medio, Data: 09/01/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go Review
Sorgente: Trusted Reviews Inglese EN→IT
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go a budget Windows machine riddled with problems. While it may have a nice look to it, everything else is subpar, including the performance. The Galaxy Book Go feels sluggish in the real world, its display is very dim and doesn’t feel well made. It’s only worth a purchase if you’re desperate for Windows at a budget price.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 08/04/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go review: You’re better off with a Chromebook
Sorgente: Expert Reviews Inglese EN→IT
What to make of the Galaxy Book Go, then? It certainly makes good on its two main promises of great battery life and always-on wireless connectivity, but its awful display is impossible to overlook. That’s a shame, because the keyboard is great and hardware performance isn’t an issue, either. Windows 10 runs beautifully on the Qualcomm chipset, as do Windows on ARM native apps. But the performance penalty incurred when running x86 Win32 apps under emulation really knocks the shine off, as does the current inability to run x64 apps at all. The great battery life, quality keyboard and built-in 4G modem may well attract some interest at the price, and if all you want is a laptop for basic on-the-go productivity then it may suit, but that wretched display and inconsistent app compatibility inevitably lead the Galaxy Book Go to being just a poor man’s MacBook Air.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 07/27/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
60% Samsung Galaxy Book Go: The $349 laptop that tests your patience
Sorgente: Laptop Mag Inglese EN→IT
I’d only recommend the Galaxy Book Go to one specific type of consumer: the budget-conscious Samsung Galaxy loyalist who uses non-Chrome browsers (i.e. Edge and Firefox) for ultra-basic, low-intensity workflows. I’d also suggest gifting this laptop to someone you despise — like your mother-in-law. As of this writing, the Gateway laptop only costs $299 at Walmart. One downside, though, is that it’s not as power efficient as the Galaxy Book Go; it lasts 8 hours on a charge. I really wanted to like the Galaxy Book Go — it would have been nice to add it to our best laptops under $500 page. Samsung is one of the most reliable tech brands, but this Windows-on-ARM PC just didn’t make the cut.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lungo, Data: 07/03/2021
Valutazione: Punteggio totale: 60%
Samsung Galaxy Book Go First Impressions: I can’t believe it’s so cheap
Sorgente: XDA Developers Inglese EN→IT
Thanks to the Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 chipset, a $349 laptop can be thinner and lighter than ever before, and it can get better battery life too (naturally, I haven’t tested battery life yet). It can even have 4G LTE, although this one sadly only has Wi-Fi; indeed, part of the Qualcomm value proposition was originally integrated cellular. But still, the cellular model is going to cost less than pretty much anything you can get with an Intel chip inside of it. I’m really excited to review this laptop. It’s my first Snapdragon 7c review unit, so that’s fun, although I’m not placing any unrealistic expectations on it. And really, I’m excited that it’s doing things at an entry-level price point that weren’t happening before.
Hands-On, disponibile online, Corto, Data: 06/19/2021
Samsung Galaxy Book Go Review - Lowest Cost ARM Windows Laptop
Sorgente: Lon.TV Inglese
Samsung's Galaxy Book Go is the most affordable ARM Windows laptop on the market but it has all of the frustrations of its more expensive cousins. We'll dive into the good and bad in this review.
Singola recensione, disponibile online, Lunghissimo, Data: 06/17/2021

Commenti

Qualcomm Adreno 618:

Scheda grafica integrata (nello Snapdragon 730) basata sull'architettura Adreno 600. Supporta DirectX11_1, Vulkan 1.0, OpenCL 2.0, OpenGL ES 3.2.

Soltanto i giochi datasi possono essere giocati in modo fluido con questi chips grafici (se non richiedono troppe prestazioni). I cores con memoria grafica condivisa in questa categoria hanno il vantaggio delle minori emissioni di calore e della maggiore autonomia della batteria. Per ufficio, internet, image processing, e video editing queste schede grafiche sono utilizzabili senza particolari problematiche.


>> Ulteriori informazioni le potete trovare nel nostroConfronto delle schede grafiche e nella nostra Lista dei Benchmark.


SD 7c Gen 2:

SoC basato su ARM per portatili Windows che è prodotto in 8 nm. Integra due core veloci Kryo 495 Gold (Cortex-A76 fino a 2,55 GHz) per le prestazioni e 6 piccoli core Kryo 495 Silver (Cortex-A55) per l'efficienza. Inoltre offre un modem X15 LTE, WiFi-5, Bluetooth 5.0 e una NPU Hexagon 692.


>>Ulteriori informazioni le potete trovare nel nostroConfronto dei processori per portatili.


14.00":

Principalmente, questa dimensione di display è utilizzata per subnotebooks, ultrabooks e convertibili. Per tutte le tre tipologie, questa dimensione è abbastanza grande. La grande varietà di subnotebooks è rappresentata con questa dimensione.

I display con dimensioni maggiori consentono risoluzioni più elevate. Quindi, i dettagli come le lettere sono più grandi. D'altro canto, il consumo energetico è inferiore negli schermi con diagonali piccole e su dispositivi più piccoli, più leggeri ed economici.


>> Per scoprire come è la risoluzione del vostro schermo, andate a vedere la nostraLista DPI.


1.38 kg:

Questo è il tipico peso dei tablets molto grandi, subnotebooks, ultrabooks e convertibili con diagonale del display da 11-13”.


Samsung: Il Gruppo Samsung si compone di vari settori di business a livello internazionale, tutti sviluppati sotto il marchio Samsung in Corea del Sud. In Coreano la parola Samsung significa "tre stelle". Il marchio Samsung è uno dei più importanti brands in Corea del Sud. Samsung è un produttore internazionale di notebook di medie dimensioni stando ai dati di mercato ed alle recensioni.

Samsung recensioni


60.66%: Un punteggio così basso è raro. Difficilmente troveremo portatili con hanno ottenuto punteggi inferiori.


>> Ulteriori informazioni le potete trovare nella nostra Guida all'acquisto di un portatile.

 

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Prezzi attuali
Stefan Hinum, 2021-09-10 (Update: 2021-09-10)