Intel has recently officially confirmed the launch of its Intel Arc graphics cards. This is to take place on March 30 and certainly applies to mobile variants, and as the offer for the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro laptop with an Intel Arc graphics card shows, on the same day we can also see the premiere of the devices themselves, using the company’s new equipment.
The first Galaxy Book2 Pro with Intel Arc graphics
Getting straight to the point, the Galaxy Book2 Pro that was the subject of this offer (it has already been removed from BHPhotoVideo in the US) is equipped with an “Intel Arc dedicated graphics card”. Unfortunately, the offer did not reveal the details, but looking at the price, the A350M or A370M will probably come into play, i.e. the two weakest GPUs in Intel’s plans based on the DG2-128EU. Intel has confirmed that even the weakest Arc card will be twice as efficient as the manufacturer’s strongest integrated.
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Other specifications include a 15.6-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD quality, ultrabook format (weight is only 1130 grams), 12th generation Core processor (i7), 16 GB of LPDDR5-6400 memory and 51`2 GB of disk storage PCIe 4.0 SSD. The whole thing is complemented by WiFi-6E support and Deep Link technology, thanks to which iGPU will work with the GPU, accelerating transcoding and video streaming, and even increasing the smoothness of games.