There are not a lot of premium Chromebooks out there that are a perfect blend of specs and design. Seeing as Google didn’t announce a PixelBook 2 last year but gave us the PixelBook Go instead, Samsung has stepped up with the gorgeous Galaxy Chromebook announced today at CES 2020.
The Galaxy Chromebook is the first Chromebook from Samsung to have the Galaxy name. The 2-in-1 comes in two color variants – Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray (not pictured) – and it is easy to see which of the two colorways is the stunner since Samsung has released press renders of only the former.
With an aluminum body designed to endure your daily usage and a 4K UHD AMOLED touchscreen display with 3.9mm thin bezels that will leave you stunned every time, this is the Chromebook to buy if you want a premium ChromeOS computer.
The Galaxy Chromebook has a stylus that fits in a slot just beside the USB Type-C port on the left, allowing you to write and draw fluidly on the screen. You can also use it to navigate the system.
You get Google Assistant, stereo speakers (2W x 2), a fingerprint scanner, and a backlit keyboard. There is also WiFi 6 for superfast connectivity. The Galaxy Chromebook has 2 X USB-C ports, a 3.5mm microphone and audio combo jack, and a UFS/MicroSD card slot.
Price and Availability
The Galaxy Chromebook will have a starting price of $999 and will be available later this quarter.
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