TigerDirect's web store has Samsung's Chromebox listed, which means that Samsung must have used ninja's to get the super-small device into the store. But now we have more details on the ChromeOS-based device.
Samsung's Chromebox comes with an Intel Celeron B840 which is a 1.9GHz dual-core processor, backed up by 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 16GB solid-state drive, Wi-Fi and six USB ports. Samsung did tease a $400 price tag at CES back in January, so it's nice to see it 20-percent cheaper than the original price.
The listing will most likely get pulled between now and then, and probably float back up closer to Google I/O which is in a little over a month from now.
Last updated: Nov 30, -0001 at 12:00 am CST
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