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ICYMI: Tab S6 vs. Galaxy Book S

It’s time to compare some of new gaming-friendly devices that launched, the Galaxy Tab S6 and the Galaxy Book S. I thought it would be nice to breakdown some of the features to help you figure out which is better for you.


The Galaxy Tab S6: 

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  • Processor: The Galaxy Tab S6’s Snapdragon 855 processor makes it easy to rapidly switch between apps and tasks or immerse yourself in graphic-intensive games.
  • Display/Speakers: The Galaxy Tab S6 comes with an edge-to-edge Super AMOLED display so you can enjoy superior game graphics and sound from quad speakers tuned by AKG.
  • Battery: With a single charge lasting up to 15 hours* the Galaxy Tab S6’s battery gives you more hours of power (*based on laboratory testing. Battery life depends on usage).
  • Memory:  With the option of 128GB or 256GM plus an option to expand to up to 512GB with a microSD card, the Galaxy Tab S6 has room for everything.   



The Galaxy Book S: 

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  • Processor:  The Galaxy Book S features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx processor that performs at extraordinary speeds.
  • Battery: The Galaxy Book S’s 20-hour battery* will give you more than enough power to keep you focused on the game without searching for an outlet (*average expected performance based on typical use, results may vary).
  • Lightweight: Built with lightweight aluminum and weighing just under 2 pounds, the Galaxy Book S can go where you do.   
  • Display: The Galaxy Book S’s 13” Full HD touchscreen gives you full control over what you need to get the job done.


So, what do you think? Which is more your style? Be one of the first to have the Galaxy Tab S6 or the Galaxy Book S by signing up for more info!


Game on,



Re: ICYMI: Tab S6 vs. Galaxy Book S

I would have to say that the Galaxy Book S is more my style. I prefer the keyboard attached to the tablet permanently compared to the bluetooth add-on keyboard of a tablet. I own a Galaxy Tab S2 and a Chromebook Pro, which I find myself reaching more for the Chromebook Pro for my needs.