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In a recent barrage of new products, Microsoft, Apple, Google, Lenovo, and HP have all shown off computers that are trying to tackle one of the industry's most vexing problems: How do you make a keyboarded computer that's also a great tablet? How do you attach a keyboard to a tablet without ruining the whole thing? Every manufacturer is trying to create a device that can do it all.

Even in a Microsoft-free world the Samsung Galaxy Book would be a frustrating device. Ostensibly it's a Surface clone: A souped up Windows tablet with a pen for drawing and a floppy keyboard for typing. In practice, it's an expensive machine that has me longing for any other computing device. The screen looks great, but a cheap pen, bad cooling, and a high price make it a non-starter. The Samsung Galaxy Book feels like the first big flop of Samsung's newly invigorated computer brand.