If you cannot wait to get your hands on the Samsung Chromebox, here is something which will definitely tickle your fancy – an unboxing video of the Samsung Chromebox. This is one small desktop computer that was specially constructed from ground up in order to run on Google’s very own Chrome operating system. The Chrome OS is special considering it is an operating system that was specially designed around a web browser. The good people over at GearkWEKRZ have managed to purchase the Samsung Chromebook for $330 a pop, and of course, they will need to prove that particular claim with a video – so why not go ahead and make an unboxing video while you are at it?
The Samsung Chromebox will feature a 1.9GHz Intel Celeron B840 processor underneath the hood, where it is accompanied by 4GB RAM and a 16GB solid state disk. Connectivity options include half a dozen USB ports, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Ethernet connectivity. It does seem as though the Samsung Chromebox will be accompanied by a power cable right out of the box, missing out on the hefty power brick.
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