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News New Samsung Galaxy Book S Debuts With Intel Core i5-L16G7 Lakefield CPU

JayNor

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so, what's the real story? This new release from Samsung says it has LTE gigabit internet.

"With Samsung’s new computing devices, you can enjoy nonstop connectivity. Galaxy Book S features Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+), the next generation of Wi-Fi that empowers efficient, speedy internet without competing for a network connection with other devices, while always-on LTE3 lets you enjoy gigabit internet access without searching for a network."


https://news.samsung.com/global/experience-the-next-level-of-mobile-computing-with-galaxy-book-s
 

DavidC1

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@JayNor It does, but not for all configurations and regions. The original article from Intel said it'll use LTE.

If you read more on the specs page it says it depends on the region. The LTE has to be added separately hence the difference from the Snapdragon version.
 
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This cpu might be interesting for a computestick, but i'm not sure about the cooling (maybe one with an integrated metal heatsink case?). The way ARM is going, it seems that Apple could jump into computesticks while Intel has left the ball in the court.
 

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