Unlike HP or Asus, Samsung is not a manufacturer that Getol released Chromebooks. But once they do that, they make sure their device is worth the extra highlight. The proof can be seen on our own through the Galaxy Chromebook that they singded out in the CES event yesterday.
Looking at a glance, I immediately remembered with Google’s Pixelbook released in 2017. The shape can be converted with a 360-degree screen hinge, and the overall appearance looks Premium. Aluminium is also very compact, with a thickness of 9.9 mm and weighs only 1.04 kg.
Accompanying the amazing aesthetic is the specs that is not less impressive. The touchscreen is a 13.3-inch, 4K-resolution AMOLED panel that supports the HDR format, while the processor of its choice falls on the 10th generation Intel Core i5, complete with 16GB of RAM and 1TB SSD on the most expensive variant.
Built-in storage with such capacities is not a common thing we encounter in Chrome OS laptops. The more common is the expansion through the microSD slot, and Samsung apparently also does not forget it. Chromebook Galaxy also packs a pair of USB-C ports, and the battery capacity is substantial at 49.2 WH.
All this deserves to make Samsung Galaxy Chromebook a true success for Pixelbook, let alone remembering last year Google actually released a more affordable model, Pixelbook Go. That’s why we shouldn’t be surprised to see the price: from $1,000 when marketed in the first quarter of this year.
Source : Samsung