Tech giant Samsung has secretly launched its Galaxy Chromebook Go the laptop pc is somthing we can tag affordable Chome OS-based laptop for the masses.
Since 2020 Chromebooks has been the choice of many intend laptop owners and and has since been laying it foothold since the covid-19 pandemic pushed many into working from home home or e-learning model, which played a major role into pushing the affordable browser-based model ahead of PC and Mac in terms of sales.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go appears to provide yet another avenue for intend buyers with modest internals and a fairly sleek design to obtain.
The device comes with a 14-inch TFT display and a paltry 1,366 by 768 pixel resolution. It is also running a Chrome OS though doesn’t have the term powerful CPU, because its packed with Intel Celeron N4500 processor with Intel UHD Graphics instead of an outright dedicated GPU.
The device is expected to come with a 4 or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 32, 64 or 128GB of eMMC storage, this depends on the selling store in which the device is purchased from.
The body is 15.9mm thick, and wighs 1.45 kg, the Galaxy Chromebook Go is packed with a fairly sleek and the brushed Silver coating which makes it attractive in terms of looks unlike other cheaper Chromebooks PC.
It also spots several number of ports which includes a 2 x USB-C, 1 x USB-A, 1 x 3.5mm headphone input, 1 x microSD card slot, in addition, a nano-SIM card slot with LTE capability.
We are not just talking about the looks alone but there are other notables features to highlight starting with the stereo speakers spotted on the device and a 720p webcam with a 42.3Wh battery capacity that is charged with a bundled 45W USB-C charge brick.
The company is yet to ascertain the confirmed pricing for the Galaxy Chromebook Go, However noting from the specifications, the device might likely come at around $400.