Samsung’s Chrome Series 5 notebook, the first advocate of the latest Google OS, focusing on “Cloud based” storage, is to be launched through Three, the network provider has revealed.
The Samsung Chromebook is set to land sporting a 12.1-inch display and is supported by an Intel Atom processor. It boasts both WiFi and 3G connectivity options and has a full-sized keyboard and trackpad whilst touting 2 USB ports and a HD webcam.
Three has announced that it will offer the Chromebook sometime in June, with the device also to be made available on Amazon from June 15th.
Chromebooks are web-based devices that run Google’s new Chrome OS, utilising cloud-based storage that leaves the laptops requiring less internal memory storage.
The “cloud” acts as your hard drive; saving your files to the ether. All applications, including GoogleDocs and a vast variety of Chrome applications also run directly through the connected browser.
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