Samsung ARM-based Chromebook launched; Specs and Price
Google has added another addition to its Chromebook series. The new Chromebook is based on ARM processor, manufactured by Samsung. Google is gradually increasing the chromebook offerings. Since Google announced the Chrome OS, there have been Chrome OS based notebooks available from Acer and Samsung. The new Chromebook is coming after the release of Samsung Chromebook Series 5 550, which runs on Intel’s Core processor. What makes Chromebook different from traditional PC and Mac is it works on cloud, you can sign in with your Google account and start working.
The new Samsung Chromebook is powered by an ARM Cortex A15 processor known as the Samsung Exynos 5 Dual Processor sports a an 11.6-inch, 1,366×768 display, a VGA camera, USB 2.0 and 3.0, as well as HDMI. The new Samsung Chromebook features dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0.
With the Chromebook, you also get a 100GB of Google Drive cloud storage for two year. The device gets its power from a battery good for 6.5 hours. The new Chromebook is promised to offer High-resolution videos and a 10-second bootup and instant resume and smoother scrolling due to a hardware-accelerated user interface.
Interestingly, Samsung’s new Chromebook laptop is offered for cheaper than ever, now you can grab your device for a price of $249. The Chromebook is available for pre-order online via Amazon, Best Buy, PC World, and other retailers. The Chromebook is expected to be released soon.