If you haven’t already gotten into Chromebook, well then, Samsung’s first-ever Galaxy Chromebook might made you consider taking the dive. OK. Perhaps I might be a little biased, but just look at this little guy.
I dare say that it is the prettiest Chromebook we have seen, yet. It totally changes our perception of Chromebooks, aesthetically speaking, that is.
Weighing in at a mere 1.04 kilograms (2.29 lbs), this Chrome OS-powered device is a “premium 2-in-1” Chromebook flaunting an eye-watering 13.3-inch 4K AMOLED touch screen display, 10th-generation Intel Core processor, Intel UHD Graphics, and packs up to 16 GB LPDDR3 RAM and up to a terabyte of SSD storage.
It further features Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+), 802.11ax 2×2 and not one, but two cameras. There’s an 1 MP front facing camera and an 8 MP snapper on keyboard deck.
Other details include built-in stereo speakers (2W x 2), built-in Pen, fingerprint sensor, backlit keyboard, a 49.2 Wh battery, USB-C ports (x2), 3.5 mm headphone/mic combo jack, UFS/microSD combo card reader, and a gorgeous aluminum construction.
It may be a Chromebook, but it ain’t a budget laptop. In fact, with a starting price of $999.99, it is more on the level of the Pixelbook.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook will arrive in Q1 2020.
All images courtesy of Samsung.