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Samsung is Planning to Launch a New Affordable Chromebook

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Since its release in 2011, Chromebooks have successfully replaced budget Windows laptops. This is largely due to Google’s lightweight operating system and the growing interest from various brands in this segment. However, a major player, Samsung, has not released a Chromebook in over two years. Now, according to reports from Chrome Unboxed and Gerrit Commits, Samsung is preparing to launch a new affordable Chromebook.

According to the reports, the device, codenamed “Pirrha,” may feature an Intel Core i3-N305 processor, the same chip found in devices like the Lenovo Chromebook Slim 3i. Additionally, it is expected to have at least 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, and a decent 1080p camera.

While this may seem like just another Chromebook, the device will have a significant differentiating feature: pen support. Furthermore, it will not only have its own pen, but will also be compatible with the Universal Stylus Initiative (USI), allowing users to use any pen instead of relying on Samsung’s proprietary S Pen technology.

Samsung Journey with Chromebooks

Samsung’s history with this platform dates back to 2011 when the company released the Chromebook Series 5 and has since established a reputation for manufacturing premium devices with higher prices, such as the Galaxy Chromebook 2. However, this strategy did not yield significant success in the Chromebook market, where most users seek affordable yet functional laptops for work.

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Samsung Chromebook Pirrha a

Therefore, to succeed with the new Chromebook, Samsung will need to prioritize high build quality while also maintaining a competitive price. Additionally, the company may leverage its ecosystem to attract existing Samsung phone users by offering some exclusive features.

However, it is important to note that despite these leaked details, it is still uncertain whether Samsung will proceed with the development of the “Pirrha” Chromebook.

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