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 Samsung To Release New Chromebox Desktop PC
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Message Text: Samsung will release a new Chromebox designed to run Google's web-based Chrome operating system.

The Samsung Chromebox is a desktop PC hub to which users should attach their own monitor, keyboard and mouse. Unlike to "rival" Mac Mini by Apple, the Chromebox doesn't feature an optical drive but still it remains virus-free as the operating system and all of its applications are hosted online and most importantly, it is cheaper.

The new device is powered by a 1.9GHz Sandy Bridge-based Intel Celeron processor with integrated graphics card, a 16GB SSD memory and 4GB of RAM. Ports include six USB 2.0 ports plus Ethernet connectors for two monitors plus a ne jack.

This new Samsung Chromebox is rumored to be priced at $329.
 
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