Remember the second generation Chromebooks from Samsung? Looks like they are going to have Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors inside making them fast, especially on boot.
Netbooknews has spotted a new Samsung Chromebook at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing, and it’s suspected that the machine might be using an Ivy Bridge processor. Here is a video of Chromebook booting up in about 5 seconds.
This is a prototype device and not the final product. We may see the design or some other specs changing. Whatever the specs are, I hope they will release this version at least globally. I am still waiting for a Chromebook to come here in my country!. Google said early 2012 and that did not happen.
Will you buy a new chromebook with Sandy Bridge processor?