Samsung's latest Chromebook 2 series of business-focused Chrome OS laptops will arrive in the UK in May, with prices starting from £249.
The black version of the smaller £249, 11.6in model will arrive on 1 May, with a white version of the 11.6 model and the larger £329, 13.3in model following on 12 May.
Both versions feature upgraded specifications over previous Samsung Chromebooks. The 13.3in model is the more premium of the two.
It will feature a 13.3in, 1920x1080 display and will be powered by a 2.1GHz Samsung Exynos 5 octa-core processor. It will also feature 4GB of RAM and come loaded with 16GB of Flash storage.
The 11.6in Chromebook 2 laptop will feature a smaller 11.6in, 1366x768 display, will be powered by a slightly slower 1.9GHz Samsung Exynos 5 octa-core processor and feature a more modest 2GB of RAM alongside the same 16GB of Flash storage.
Both of the Chromebook 2 series laptops are designed to target the education and business markets, and follow a wider push by Google, to increase use of its cloud-based Chrome OS.
Samsung vice president of IT and Mobile Division Simon Stanford said he expects the Chromebook's advanced speed and security powers to prove a key selling point for businesses.
"Since we introduced our first Chromebook in 2011, Samsung has been committed to continually developing the design and features of the series to meet our customers' ever-changing needs, while staying true to the core Chromebook attributes of simplicity, speed and security," he said.
The Chromebook 2 devices are the latest step in a wider shift to market its devices to business customers. Samsung attempted to boost the enterprise appeal of its Galaxy smartphones, releasing a new version of its Knox Android security service at Mobile World Congress in February.
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