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Samsung EDU/EPP Discount: 14" Galaxy Book Go Snapdragon 7C, 4GB RAM,128GB eMMC EXPIRED

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Samsung has for Eligible Samsung Education/Employee Discount Customers: 14" Galaxy Book Go (NP340XLA-KA1US) for $239.99 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Sign in with your eligible Samsung account that qualifies for Samsung Education or Employee Perks Program (EPP) Discounts
    • EDU Discount Members: Click here while signed-in to activate your EDU discount
    • EPP Discount Members: Click here while signed-in to activate your EPP discount
  2. Go to 14" Galaxy Book Go (NP340XLA-KA1US)
  3. Select 'No Trade-In'
  4. Click 'Continue'
  5. Skip Add-Ons
  6. Proceed to checkout
  7. Your total will be $239.99, shipping is free

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Samsung offers Eligible Samsung Education/Employee Discount Customers: Samsung EDU/EPP: 14" Galaxy Book Go Windows 10, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD for $262.49. Shipping is free.

Deal Instructions:
Sign in with your eligible Samsung account that qualifies for Samsung Education or Employee Perks Program (EPP) Discounts
EDU Discount Members: Click below while signed-in to activate your EDU discount
https://www.samsung.com/us/shop/d...xOfDB8WXww
EPP Discount Members: Click below while signed-in to activate your EPP discount
https://www.samsung.com/us/shop/d...xOfDB8WXww
Go to 14" Galaxy Book Go
No trade-in

Click 'Continue'
Skip Add-Ons
Proceed to checkout
Your total will be $262.49, shipping is free

ARM based computer running Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 7c Gen 2 compute platform. Runs Windows 10, with Battery life ~18 hrs.

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...xOfDB8WXww
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This is misstated. I believe halluc1nati0n meant to say "not all Windows apps are going to run out of the box." The way it was stated reads as if no Windows apps are going to run, which is completely incorrect.

This model is running a Snapdragon processor, which is Arm64 architecture. It's basically a modified phone/tablet processor. As such, at present, it can't run 64 bit x86 Windows apps. It can however run Arm32/64 apps natively and can run 32 bit x86 using built-in emulation. It's something to watch out for.

This device is really meant for entertainment/email/Office/web browsing. I've got a Surface Pro X which has the same processor and all that works really well. This processor is great for long battery life, not getting hot, no fans (so silent), and connected standby (instant on).
Who else is here because the FP Title says $39.99 and not the $239.99 as it should be?
Wishing this was 8GB ram...

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Wishing this was 8GB ram...
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Keep in mind that this is ARM based. All windows apps are not going to run out of the box.
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Quote from halluc1nati0n :
Keep in mind that this is ARM based. All windows apps are not going to run out of the box.
What does that mean, or what happens? Winamp won't work?
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Why waste the brand galaxy in this?
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What does that mean, or what happens? Winamp won't work?
Quote from halluc1nati0n :
Keep in mind that this is ARM based. All windows apps are not going to run out of the box.
This is misstated. I believe halluc1nati0n meant to say "not all Windows apps are going to run out of the box." The way it was stated reads as if no Windows apps are going to run, which is completely incorrect.

This model is running a Snapdragon processor, which is Arm64 architecture. It's basically a modified phone/tablet processor. As such, at present, it can't run 64 bit x86 Windows apps. It can however run Arm32/64 apps natively and can run 32 bit x86 using built-in emulation. It's something to watch out for.

This device is really meant for entertainment/email/Office/web browsing. I've got a Surface Pro X which has the same processor and all that works really well. This processor is great for long battery life, not getting hot, no fans (so silent), and connected standby (instant on).
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IMO the better deal if you're willing to jump through a few hoops and can spend a bit more is the base Galaxy Book Pro with iPad 9.7 trade-in for $442. You can easily get a used iPad 9.7 on eBay for $40. It also comes with the Galaxy Buds Pro, which you can sell for $100 without issues. So net cost would be about $400.
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According to reviews wifi is horrible, also weighs > 3lbs which is a bit too much
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Is it touchscreen? It showed s pen but not sure if it's for this model
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Is it touchscreen? It showed s pen but not sure if it's for this model
Non touch cheap TN panel
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Non touch cheap TN panel

Are you sure? The Best Buy listing says QLED which owning a QLED Samsung laptop, are gorgeous.

This thing already features a mid-low range pocessor and only 4GB RAM, I cant imagine it doesnt at least have a nice display for nearly $300.

Edit: probably right "The Samsung laptop is as dim as a dying flashlight, emanating a 201-nit brightness average"
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This is misstated. I believe halluc1nati0n meant to say "not all Windows apps are going to run out of the box." The way it was stated reads as if no Windows apps are going to run, which is completely incorrect.

This model is running a Snapdragon processor, which is Arm64 architecture. It's basically a modified phone/tablet processor. As such, at present, it can't run 64 bit x86 Windows apps. It can however run Arm32/64 apps natively and can run 32 bit x86 using built-in emulation. It's something to watch out for.

This device is really meant for entertainment/email/Office/web browsing. I've got a Surface Pro X which has the same processor and all that works really well. This processor is great for long battery life, not getting hot, no fans (so silent), and connected standby (instant on).
This is interesting. Why throw a window 10 as the OS on it then?
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Are you sure? The Best Buy listing says QLED which owning a QLED Samsung laptop, are gorgeous.

This thing already features a mid-low range pocessor and only 4GB RAM, I cant imagine it doesnt at least have a nice display for nearly $300.
We are talking about Galaxy Book Go aren't we? QLED would have been for higher end models. There's complaints all over wrt this model. You can check out some of the online reviews. E.g. https://www.notebookcheck.net/Sam...454.0.html
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This is interesting. Why throw a window 10 as the OS on it then?
Guess they are trying to differentiate with the Chromebook lineup. Although ARM Windows has never been relevant, somehow it's still around...
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