Samsung is about to release a premium Chromebook

01 April 2020

At first, Chrome OS devices were supposed to be cheap. They were supposed to be budget laptops for everyone. The cloud OS guaranteed the necessary minimum of features.

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Now Chromebooks are being promoted differently. Many expensive models have appeared. Some belong to the premium class. One of these new products is the Galaxy Chromebook from Samsung.

The design of the Galaxy Chromebook is pleasing. The computer is thin - 9.9 mm. In addition, it is surprisingly light - 1.04 kg. Its features at the same time are better than the competitors. Technical "stuffing" is excellent.

Appreciate the screen. Users are offered a 13.3-inch AMOLED panel with support for HDR 400. Frames are minimal. The resolution is 3840 by 2160 pixels (4K format). The display opens and closes 360 degrees. Want to take handwritten notes and draw? A proprietary S-Pen stylus is included.

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The case is made of aluminum alloy. It serves to dissipate heat - there are no fans inside. The processor is powerful - Intel Core i5-10210U. Most Chromebooks have more modest chips.

Among other things, the Galaxy Chromebook is equipped with 8 GB of RAM. The storage is a 256GB SSD . Previously, it was expected to have drives up to 1TB. Alas, only the basic configuration is available for now.

Additional space can be obtained with TF cards. There are also two USB-C ports and a 49Wh battery on board. The product runs Chrome OS from Google.

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There are two colors - bright orange and gray. Sales of the Galaxy Chromebook will start on April 6 this year. The wonder of technology costs $999 American dollars.