CES 2020 has unveiled Samsung Galaxy Chromebook–a thin and light2-in-1 based on Chrome OS, with built-in models and Google Assistant-enabled. The convertible is adjustable in three 360-degree configurations–tent, floor, laptop and tablet. Samsung is reputed to be the finest Chromebook-9.9 mm wide-and is also the company’s first Chromebook to have a 4 K AMOLED panel. The Chromebook is only 1.04 kg wide, apps such as Google Drive Backup that allow for Android device-to-Galaxy Chromebook syncing.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook price, availability
The Samsung’s new Galaxy Chromebook will be priced in the first quarter of 2020 at $999.99 (roughly Rs. 71.700). The Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray finishes are also available with the a2-in-1 conversion. It is made of durable aluminum and comes with an integrated style. The Galaxy Chromebook has two cameras,1-megapixel over the display, and another8-megapixel on the keyboard deck.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook specifications
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook runs on a Chromebook with an AMOLED 4 K Touchscreen display measuring 13.3 inches (3840×2160). The Chromebook is operated by the 10th Core Processor in Intel, combined with graphics and up to 16 GB of LPDDR3 RAM. It provides up to 1 TB of HDD, fingerprint recognition, and backlit keyboard. This uses an Intel Core processor. The 2-in-1 has a 2W stereo amplifier and is fitted with a 49.2Wh battery and is only weight 1.004 kgs. This weighs 302.6×203.0x9.9 mm. Including WiFi 6 (802.11ax), two USB Type-C connectors, UFS / microSD pair, separate optical internal microarrays, and single microphones.
The Chromebook from Samsung Galaxy will soon be supported by HDR400 to provide a high-contrast graphic and environmental EQ features. Its functionality is not accessible when released, but is added via software update later in the year.