Samsung showed off the desktop addition to its Chrome OS line, the Chromebox, back at CES, but details on the product have been slim since. We may now have some additional information on the device, thanks to a product listing from retailer TigerDirect.com. Engadget reports that a Chromebox listing was recently live on the site — it's since been pulled — and revealed the computer will feature a 1.9GHz dual-core Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, a 16GB SSD, and six USB ports. While we knew some of these specs back in January, pinning things down is always welcome, and we're glad to see Samsung has doubled the RAM from the 2GB that we'd originally been told. As listed, the device was priced at $329.99, but of course we'll have to take that with a grain of salt until we hear from Samsung or Google — or at least until TigerDirect puts its listing back up.
Samsung Chromebox reportedly appears on TigerDirect for $329.99
An apparent leak from online retailer TigerDirect revealed that the Samsung Chromebox will feature a 1.9GHz dual-core Celeron processor and 4GB of RAM for $329.99.