At this year’s CES 2020, Samsung unveiled its latest Chromebook. And let’s just say you can spot this laptop from a mile away.
Apart from the technical data, the first thing I noticed when looking at the new Samsung Galaxy Chromebook was the brightness. It comes in an interesting “Fiesta Red” color, which is red and orange depending on the light.
If you’re not feeling adventurous, you can opt for the more boring Mercury Gray version.
Okay, let’s get into the technical stuff.
At 9.9 mm thick, the 2-in-1 Chromebook is the thinnest from Samsung to date. And at around 2.3 pounds, it’s super light too.
It is certainly not as light as the Pixelbook Go I brought with me to CES. When I picked it up, however, I immediately thought of how easy it would be to commute with it.
The Galaxy Chromebook opens up to a 13.3-inch AMOLED 4K touchscreen display, which at first glance convinces in terms of color and quality. It has a one-megapixel front camera on the top and an eight-megapixel camera on the keyboard.
If you’re wondering why the keyboard has a camera, it’s for things like conference calls. So instead of flipping the entire laptop over to use the front camera, you can flip it back instead.
There is also a built-in stylus for navigating the laptop. Or you can use it for things like taking notes and drawing.
Under the hood, the laptop is powered by the latest 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor with ChromeOS. In addition, it is equipped with up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of storage.
In terms of price, the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is $ 999 and will be available for purchase in the first quarter of this year.
Of course, we need to put this laptop through its paces before finalizing our opinion, but it’s pretty powerful on paper. So if you’re looking to upgrade your Chromebook or are looking for a new laptop, it might be worth the wait.
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