Microsoft announced a whole passel of Copilot Plus PCs at its Surface event on Monday, and Samsung’s entries are a 14-inch laptop and two 16-inch ones, known collectively as the Galaxy Book4 Edge. If you preorder them today, Samsung will throw in a free 50-inch TV! Come on down!

The 14-inch Galaxy Book4 Edge starts at $1,349.99 with a 12-core 3.4GHz Snapdragon X Elite processor with 4.0GHz Dual Core Boost, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD (up to 1TB). It has a 14-inch, 120Hz 2880 x 1800 AMOLED touchscreen capable of up to 500 nits brightness, with HDR and VRR and 120 percent of the P3 gamut. It has two USB 4 Type-C ports, HDMI 2.1, and a combo audio jack. It weighs 2.6 pounds.

A staged shot of a woman working at a Samsung laptop with a Samsung phone propped up on a stand to the left of the laptop.

That’s pan-Galactic synergy, is what that is.

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The 16-inch model comes in two versions: one with the highest-end Snapdragon X Elite processor (with a boost up to 4.2GHz) and 1TB of storage, for $1,749.99, and one with the same processor as the 14-inch and 512GB of storage for $1,449.99. They share the same display specs as the 14-inch, just, you know, bigger. In addition to two USB 4 Type-C ports, HDMI 2.1, and combo audio, the 16-inchers each come with a USB 3.2 Type-A port and a microSD card slot. Both weigh 3.4 pounds.

According to the specs on Samsung’s press release, all three cap out at 16GB of RAM, which is the minimum for a Copilot Plus PC and feels just a little paltry. They do include Samsung’s Knox secure enclave and a bunch of features that let them share data with Samsung’s Galaxy Phones. Synergy!

You should be able to preorder all three starting May 20th. As mentioned above, Samsung’s throwing in a free budget 50-inch TV — which usually runs a cool $379 — with preorders while supplies last.

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