Samsung and Asus introduced laptops for the first time working on Google's Chrome operating system.
At the CES Technology Show in Las Vegas, Samsung introduced its 2-in-one Galaxy Chromebook and ASUS introduced its Chromebook Philip C436.
Both of these laptops are part of Intel's Project Antenna, designed by Intel for next-generation computers that will feature devices equipped with FiveG, AI technology and other hardware.
Samsung's Galaxy Chrome will be available for sale in the first quarter of this year for a thousand dollars, while the Asus laptop will be available in the first or second quarter, but the price has not been announced.
Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook comes with the aluminum body, which the company has announced as its thinnest laptop, with a 13-inch screen with an emulated display and 4K UHD resolution.
This laptop has features like Intel's 10 Generation Core iView processor, Intel Wi-Fi learning, built-in pan support, fingerprint sensor, Google Assistant and integration with Samsung's smartphones.
Asus' laptop, on the other hand, comes with a 13-inch screen that weighs just one kilogram.
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The processor is similar to Samsung's machine, while the stylus support and fingerprint sensor are also given.
The company claims that the battery is capable of working for a full day even on all uses.
The company says we're introducing a laptop to the world that seems to work right away, without having to worry about battery life.
The idea behind the laptops of Samsung and Asos is that the popular model is for the education sector while these machines are for the professionals.
"For years Chrome students have been liking the Chrome operating system around the world, Chromebooks are being used in addition to that, we have been asking for a premium Chromebook," said Kan Liu, Google's senior director of product management. Given the increase, invest more and join hands with new partners to build the next generation Chromebook.