Samsung has been one of the leading names when it comes to the world of technology. The company has constantly been coming out with some of the biggest revolutions in the world of technology, and has been innovating the way we know our world to be. Samsung has been concentrating their efforts on various departments, yet their primary markets remain that of the consumer electronics. At the CES 2016, Samsung has shown off many new gadgets and devices, one of the latest of them being the Samsung Chromebook 3.
Among all the media attention for the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S and the Samsung Notebook 9 series, the Samsung Chromebook 3 went somewhat unnoticed. However the new release from Samsung offers a much better battery life and is a more stable product than most we’ve seen in recent times.
Samsung might not have said much about their Chromebook on the stage, but in a statement they have expressed the importance of the device, and the market demand that exists for it: “Samsung recognised that demand when we launched the first-ever Chromebook in 2011. We’re continuing to keep up with evolving consumer needs with this new iteration, which offers even more convenient features that solve consumers’ pain points, like all day battery life and fast charging capabilities.”
The device comes out with an 11.6 inched HD screen, and runs on the Celeron N3050. The device comes with a 2GB and a 4GB ram variant and sports 16GB of eMMC storage. The 33Wh battery it comes with can keep it charged up to 11 hours! The device has an HDMI Port, and features a USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port as well. A new and improved metal body has been added to the device.
As of this moment there have been no pricing details which have surfaced. However the Chromebook 3, which came in with a battery that lasted 8 hours, was priced in at $400. This device is expected to be anywhere south of $500.