Here comes the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook!
Previously, we have heard rumors about Google’s new releases of products. Speculations from what kind of device down to its specs and price have also been one of the subjects of discussion. Also many believed that Google would announce a new Chrome OS based-laptop. Reports suggested that the device would be manufactured by Samsung and it will be called the Chromebook.
On that expectation, we can now give you official information that all of the reports regarding the Chromebook were correct. According to an article of Sean Hollister at Engadget.com, Google has recently unveiled the new Samsung Series 5 Chromebook.
The device has an ultra-slim look and will be powered by a 1.66GHz dual-core Intel Atom N570 processor. It features a Li-ion battery that provides 8.5 hours battery life of continuous use. It has a Super Bright display in a 12.1-inch with a 1280 x 800 resolution. Moreover, it has a dual-band 802.11 Wi-Fi, a web-cam with 1-megapixel and a SDXC card reader with 16GB drive.
Add to that, the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook weighs in at 3.26 pounds. It comes with a global 3G, a multi-touch trackpad and a full size keyboard. It also includes USB 2.0 ports.
Enough with the specs, let’s talk about its price. Apparently, the Wi-Fi only model has been priced up at $429.99, while the Wi-Fi + 3G model will cost $499.99. Depending on what model you may choose, the difference is only $70.
Lastly, the Samsung Chromebook will be available in the U.S on June 15 at both Amazon.com and BestBuy.com.
So, if you want to read more about the new Samsung Series 5 Chromebook, please visit engadget.com