Make no mistake, though: the Samsung Chromebook Series 5 is more laptop than netbook. And it's a damn memorable one, too -- one that belies its $429 starting price. Even after hearing Darren extol the Series 5's build quality in his hands-on last month, we were pleasantly surprised by its thoughtful design. The first thing you'll notice is the glossy, white lid with metal Samsung and Chrome logos -- including a colorful globe to signify Google's OS. While we've seen our share of branding overload, the logos in this case add character without being tacky.
All this said, the experience is not quite Samsung Chromebook Series 5 for us right now, but we presume it is the case for our readers, especially early adopters. Then - and here we get to the point - if you're sure you can live in the Chrome browser and one browser Chrome, and it would be easy to trade local storage for a starting time of zero seconds, we believe we have a lot Chromebooks potentials. Whether you choose to buy now, is your call, but once you do, the Samsung Chromebook series 5 is an impressive setting. It is solid, built with care, and long term. A companion of fools for people who are ready to move to the cloud, and not look back.Samsung Chromebook Series 5