At Mobile World Congress, Samsung debuted its Galaxy Book, a power tablet running Windows 10 with a snap-on keyboard that looked to improve on Huawei's Matebook. Despite promising specs and integration of the device giant's new S Pen peripheral, it wasn't clear when the tablet would be released. But with little notice, Samsung announced that the LTE model of the Book will hit Verizon Wireless stores on April 21st, with WiFi versions coming to general retailers on May 21st.
The LTE model released first only comes in the Book's larger 12-inch size and sells for $1,300, but you can only buy them from Verizon. Pre-orders for the WiFi version start on April 21st, with the 12-inch going for $1,130 and the 10.6-inch for $630. Those will be available in select retailers nationwide on May 21st in silver while Best Buy will exclusively offer the Book in black.