Samsung announced its latest laptops with Chrome OS at CES 2021, the Galaxy Chromebook 2, and it comes with important updates and a lower price than its predecessor.
The new Samsung device comes with a light and elegant design and a 2-in-1 system, and is available with a touch screen QLED with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 inches and a size of 13.3 inches that supports the smart pen case.
The Galaxy Chromebook 2 will bring an Intel processor again with two versions; The first with a Celeron 5205U processor, and the second with a 10th generation Core i3-10110U processor. This is in contrast to the first version, which carried a single option, the Core i5.
The next version with Celeron 5205U will provide 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, while the Core i3-10110U version will provide double the memory and storage space for an increase in the price of the device by about $ 150. Both will feature Intel’s graphics processors integrated into the main processor chip.
The device adds a 720-megapixel front camera, as is the case with the first version, while the new version lacked the secondary camera that was adjacent to the keyboard for filming in the event that the device was converted into a tablet.
Speaking of the rest of the advantages, the device will carry a 45.5-watt-hour battery that Samsung will work for up to 14 hours on one charge only, and it will carry two USBC ports and a microSD port, and will also bring 802.11ax Wi-Fi technology.
The device will be available in distinctive colors including black, red, navy, blue, and gray. It will start at $ 550.