Samsung introduces the Galaxy Chromebook at CES 2020 in Las Vegas
Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, has introduced Galaxy Chromebook at the CES 2020 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, USA. The gadget is a premium 2-in-1 device that sets a higher standard in mobile computing at CES 2020. "The notion that we do everything stationary at a desk is a thing of the past, and people need premium devices built for our new reality. By offering a seamless, premium user experience, Galaxy Chromebook helps you effortlessly switch between streaming, creative projects, word processing, and more," Alanna Cotton, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Samsung Electronics America said in a statement on Monday.
Galaxy Chromebook boasts 13.3-inch AMOLED display -- the first ever featured on a Chromebook -- that delivers 4K UHD resolution for incredible picture quality. This is backed up by an Intel UHD graphics chipset. Coupled with a near-infinite screen and slim 3.9mm bezel, this device offers true-to-life visuals for immersive gaming and crystal-clear photo viewing and editing.
Available later this year, Chromebook will soon come with HDR400 that delivers high-contrast graphics, along with Ambient EQ capabilities. The speed and efficiency of the latest Galaxy product is powered by the latest 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor along with Intel Wi-Fi 6, 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage.
Additionally, it also comes with a pen. With this, it is easy to use Samsung Click-to-Call and Messaging apps and other Android smartphone features directly from the laptop.
Galaxy Chromebook will be available in Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray in Q1 2020, starting at $999.99.
*Edited from an IANS report