Check it Out! Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 at a ₹25,000 Off on Samsung Website

This might be the best offer for you. The new Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 is now available at an exciting offer price on the Samsung website. Grab the deal.

About the Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360

The Book 2 Pro 360 operates on Windows 11 Home operating system. The device comes in two processor variants – Intel Core i5-1240P and Intel Core i7-1260P. It has the Intel Iris Xe graphic processing unit as well.

It has an internal storage of 512GB and a RAM of 16GB. The device has two screen size options available as well – 13.3″ and 15.6″

The Book 2 Pro 360 comes in two color options – Graphite and Burgundy.

The Offer on Samsung

On Samsung’s website, the Book 2 Pro 360 is available at Rs. 25,000 off. The Rs. 1,45,990 worth  Book 2 Pro 360 is now available at Rs. 1,20,990.

An EMI option is also available with the product which starts at Rs. 1,20,990 per month. A no-cost EMI is also available at a price of Rs. 10082.50 a month.

With the product, you can also earn upto 2420 Smart Club Points on the Samsung website.

 

Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360
Image Source: Samsung

 

Disclaimer: This article has been published according to the details given on the Samsung website. The Tech Outlook won’t be responsible for any sort of issues regarding the purchase of the product.




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