Samsung brings the CES 2020 Galaxy Chromebook, 2-in-1 device defined as the thinnest Chromebook ever made by the South Korean manufacturer (9.9mm), as well as the first of the Galaxy series: just to be clear, so far the name has been simply Samsung Chromebook, which also includes the recent series 4 proposed last fall.
The new laptop was designed with Intel as part of the Athena Project and offers everything one would expect from such a solution: AMOLED display with just 3.9mm bezels, aluminum body, integrated nib holder (soon also to HDR400, coming soon with software update) and, of course, Chrome OS as the operating system. Everything inside a shiny red chassis – it’s called Fiesta Red – which certainly does not go unnoticed. Alternatively, even the more sober Mercury Gray is always available.
- Dimensions and weight: 302.6×203.2×9.9mm for 1.04kg
- OS: ChromeOS
- Display: AMOLED touch 13.3 “4K 3840×2160
- CPU: Intel Core i5 10th gen
- Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics
- Memory: up to 16GB LPDDR3
- Storage: up to 1TB SSD
- Audio: 2x 2W stereo speaker
- Camera: Front: 1MP, Rear: 8MP
- Microphone: Internal Digital Dual Array + mono
- Pen: integrated
- Safety: fingerprint sensor
- Keyboard: backlit
- Doors: 2x USB-C, HP / mic 3.5pi, UFS / MicroSD
- Battery: 49,2Wh
- Connectivity: WiFi 6 (Gig +) 2×2
- Other: Click-to-Call app, Instant Tethering
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook will hit the market (the USA, for the moment) during the first quarter at a price of $ 999.99. On the side, the South Korean company has also recently presented Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, 2-in-1 with 13.3 “Full HD display and Active Pen support.