Google and Samsung introduce new Samsung Chromebook

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Tech giants Google and Samsung have unveiled the new Samsung Chromebook – an ultra-portable 11.6-inch device that weighs just 2.5 pounds and can be taken anywhere.

The Samsung Chromebook is based on an 11.6-inch display that works at 1366×768 pixels and sports a Samsung Exynos Dual 5 ARM processor, built-in dual band Wi-Fi 802.11n, a VGA camera, one USB 3.0 port, one USB 2.0 port, a HDMI port and support for Bluetooth 3.0. The device also packs a SSD drive but Google also offers 100 GB of free Google Drive Cloud Storage valid for two years after you redeem the Drive offer. The overall battery life should reach 6.5 hours. Although there’s no official confirmation the Chromebook packs 16 GB of on-board storage and 2 GB of RAM but there’s also a microSD card slot for further expansion.

You can pick your Samsung Chromebook now for 249 USD.


Source: Google

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