Samsung’s Galaxy Book Flex 2-in-1 packs in a QLED display

The Flex’s class-defining QLED display is arguably its pièce de résistance

Ahead of CES next week, Samsung is expanding its Galaxy Computing line with the introduction of a new variant of the Galaxy Book Flex. Designed as the ultimate 2-in-1 productivity machine, the Flex packs all the features of a modern laptop into a 2.6-pound aluminum body measuring 12 x 7.9 x .54-inches.

The Flex’s class-defining QLED display is arguably its pièce de résistance. Delivering a vibrant 600-nit capacity with a 13.3-inch viewing area, the screen can produce over one billion life-like colors. The company says its QLED technology makes streaming “more immersive than ever before.” And when it comes time to roll up your sleeves for work, the optional Active Pen transforms that very same display into the modern work surface, perfect for brainstorming, multitasking, note-taking, and other work tasks.

Tucked away inside is a 10th-gen Intel Core Processor, 8 to 12GB of DDR3 and up to 512GB storage. Additionally, the Flex supports the latest WiFi 6 wireless standard, biometric authentication, and Fast Charge for the 54Wh, and a 17.5-hour battery life.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy Book Flex is set to launch in the first half of 2020 with a retail price of $830.