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Samsung Chromebook Information

The Samsung Chromebook is a discontinued Chromebook manufacturered by Samsung to target the consumer market. The Samsung Chromebook was released on October 14 of 2012 and will receive operating system security and feature updates until July 31 of 2018.

The Samsung Chromebook is currently discontinued and will no longer receive operating system updates from Google or the Manufacturer. This could potentially leave your device vulnerable to newly discovered security threats that may go unpatched if discovered after June 30 of 2022. Your device will still continue to function for several years past the EOL date but may not support newer web standards that were released after June 30 of 2022.

Pricing and Availability

Amazon

The Samsung Chromebook is currently not available on Amazon.com. Since this is a discontinued Chromebook, it is not likely that it will be restocked on Amazon. If you still wish to purchase this model, you will need to look at the used market.

eBay

eBay is one of the largest marketplaces for both new and used ChromeOS. You can check to see if this Chromebook is available for sale on eBay by clicking here and searching for the "Samsung Chromebook".

Hardware Information

System Specifications

The Samsung Chromebook is a arm based Chromebook powered by a Exynos 5 Dual 5250 clocked at 1.7 GHz with 2 GB of RAM. As far as built-in storage, the Samsung Chromebook has 16 GiB of local disk space. The Samsung Chromebook runs code built for the arm architecture.

Product Status Active
Manufacturer Samsung
Device Form Factor Chromebook
Processor Exynos 5 Dual 5250
(Clocked at 1.7 GHz)
Architecture arm
RAM 2 GB
Storage 16 GiB
Board Codename daisy

Displays

Feature
Screen Resolution 11.6 Inch 1366x768
Touchscreen No

Ports

Panel Port List
Rear I/O HDMI, {USBA-30}, USBA-20, HDMI {DCIN}
Left I/O {HeadphoneMicrophone}

Hardware Controls

  • Power Button Location : Keyboard

Software Information

ChromeOS Features

ChromeOS Plus false

Linux/Virtualization Support

Most ChromeOS devices manufactured after 2017 officially have the ability to run most Linux GUI and Command Line Applications via the built-in Linux Container system provided by ChromeOS. This feature is activated in the ChromeOS Developer Settings. If you are using a managed ChromeOS device from a school or business, they may restrict the ability to access the ChromeOS Linux runtime.

Linux Support No
Linux GPU Support No
Parallels Support No

Accessories