Samsung not only presented several smart screens at CES 2020, but also unveiled the Galaxy Chromebook, which has soon stolen the eyes in the important fair of consumer technology, since it is light, thin and powerful, at least when it Compare with the latest Google Pixelbook.
Even Kan Liu, the head of Product Management on Chrome OS, has recognized that it is the best Chromebook yet. And it combines the best of Samsung's past in Windows with Google's operating system for laptops.
Thus, this 2 in 1 weighs just over 1 kilogram and includes a 13.3-inch AMOLED screen and with 4K resolution, the highest quality display that has been placed on a Chromebook. It is also one of the few 13-inch laptops that integrate an OLED panel.
As it does with some of its tablets, the South Korean firm adds in its notebook a Samsung Pen, which is stored in one of the sides of the body of the computer, which also highlights the input for headphones, two USB Type-C ports and the section to read microSD cards.
The second camera, located in the upper left of the keyboard, makes sense when the device is used in tablet mode, while the fingerprint sensor is integrated into the power button.
Samsung, one of the leaders in the Chromebook premium market, is now offering a better experience with this portable device, which is finished in aluminum and in striking red and silver tones.
In terms of performance, it is also the first Chromebook that incorporates the tenth generation Intel processors; This is the Intel Core i5, which is complemented with 8 GB in RAM. Its internal storage is 256 GB.
The Galaxy Chromebook is listed at $ 999 dollars, which can be considered a high amount of money for a Chromebook, however, for its materials and components, its price is to some extent understandable.
Samsung has not yet announced a release date for its computer, but it should be on the shelves sometime during the second quarter of 2020.