Samsung on Wednesday (19 April) revealed details about the pre-order and availability of its Galaxy Book, a 2-in-1 device powered by Windows 10. Unveiled at the MWC event in February, the Galaxy Book comes in two screen sizes, 12in and 10.6in.
The LTE model of the Galaxy Book 12in will be available for purchase in the US from Verizon with a suggested retail price of $1,299.99 (£1014.90) starting 21 April.
The pre-orders for Wi-Fi models of both 12in and 10.6in Galaxy Book will begin on 21 April via Samsung website and select retailers including Best Buy. The 12in Galaxy Book with Wi-Fi connectivity costs $1,129.99, whereas the 10.6in model at $629.99. The Wi-Fi models will go on sale from 21 May.
The tablet will be available in silver across US, while a black model is exclusive at Best Buy.
The new Galaxy device can be used as a notebook or a tablet. The 12in model boasts Samsung's Super AMOLED display, while the 10.6in comes with TFT screen.
With the Samsung Flow feature, users can connect their Galaxy smartphones with the Galaxy Book wirelessly to transfer data and sync documents between the two devices. When they are connected, users can read and respond to messages and notifications received on their phones via the Galaxy Book.
The Galaxy Book's battery supports fast charging and offers up to 10 and half hours of video playback, although tests are yet to be done qualifying Samsung's claim.