Samsung’s upcoming 2-in-1 Chromebook – codenamed Nautilus – will feature a generous 13-megapixel camera, complete with a stowable S Pen stylus, according to a new report published by Chrome Unboxed.
The elusive Chromebook, which could be showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week, is also expected to come with a detachable keyboard and a seventh-generation Intel processor – though that’s far from confirmed.
All we know for certain is that the device has been designed to appeal to a niche market: customers who require a unit that merges the most desirable features of both a laptop and tablet, without the need for a desktop-based OS.
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It’s unclear whether there will be demand for Samsung’s upcoming Chromebook, however. Its last offering, the Chromebook Plus, went mostly unnoticed – and the Chromebook Pro didn’t make it onto our list of the best laptops.
Samsung is expected to launch a number of new products at CES 2018, including a 150-inch Home LED Display and a number of high-end MicroLED TVs – so we aren’t going to rule out the possibility of seeing the so-called Nautilus on display.
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