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The humble Samsung Chromebook 3 costs $200

A model with 4GB of RAM is promised for the future.

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We didn't know how much Samsung's Chromebook 3 would cost back when the company covertly debuted it at CES (it feels like so long ago, really), but that's changed. This diminutive laptop will set you back $200 and it's available through Adorama according to Liliputing, although it's currently on backorder. As a refresher, those two Benjamins will get you an 11.6-inch, 1366 x 768 display, 16GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM, Intel's Celeron N3050 Braswell processor and 802.11 ac WiFi. That model promising 4GB of RAM is slated to hit sometime in the future.

Gallery: Samsung Chromebook 3 hands-on | 11 Photos

Oh, and rather than a chintzy plastic frame, this lil' machine is ensconced in a magnesium chassis that helps make it easier to grip. Is $200 too much for a laptop you don't need to particularly handle with kid gloves? Let us know in the comments.

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