I know you have probably heard that Google has announced its new Chrome OS but didn’t you know that Samsung will have one of the first device to run the new OS. The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook will be one of the first device to run the Google’s cloud-based Chrome OS. As one of the world’s first Chromebook, the stylish Series 5 was built for speed and security, it features an super-slim body that measures a mere 0.79-inch and comes in a Titan Silver finish or Arctic White. The new Samsung Series 5 gets powered by an Intel Atom N570 1.66GHz dual-core processor, it gets a 16GB mSATA drive and 2GB of RAM which sounds pretty standard for a 12.1-inch Laptop right, so there is no telling if the new ChromeOS will make its name stand out when it is finally released on the 15 of June this year.
There are other specifications that could be considered as standard, there is a integrated 1-megapixel webcam, LED-backlit display, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, 4-in-1 card reader, built-in stereo speakers and a 6-cell battery that will deliver up to 8.5 hours of use from a single charge. Both the Samsung Series 5 3G Arctic White (model XE500C21-H01US) and Series 5 Titan Silver (model XE500C21-A03US) are expected on the market on June 15, for the prices of $499.99 and $429.99, respectively. Check out the other photos and promo video of the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook after the break.
Samsung Series 5 Chromebook Laptops in Video: