Samsung made its new Galaxy Chromebook 2 official this morning, deciding to kickstart all of next week’s CES activities. A look at this device was leaked back in December, with those past images being spot on. All you need to know about the Chromebook 2 is that it’s cheaper than the original at $550 and it comes in that super hot red color. Boom, the end.
For specs, this Chromebook features a 13.3″ QLED touchscreen display that sounds awesome, Intel chips, up to 8GB RAM, up to 128GB storage, plus stylus support. Considering the original Chrome OS-powered Galaxy device cost $999+, it’s good to see Samsung has opted for something a bit more affordable here.
- Display: 13.3-inch QLED FHD (touchscreen)
- Processor: Intel Celeron 5205U, Intel Core i3-10110U
- RAM: 4GB, 8GB
- Storage: 64GB, 128GB
- Camera: 720p HD
- Ports: 2 USB-C, MicroSD-Multi-media Card Reader, Headphone Out/Mic-In Combo
- Dimensions: 12” x 8” x .55”
- Weight: 2.71 lbs
- Stylus: USI Pen support (separate purchase)
- Battery: 45.5Wh
- Speakers: Stereo Speakers (5Wx2)
Expect to find this laptop hit the market in Q1 this year.