Samsung is stepping up its activities in the PC space, with its all-in-one desktop now available in the company’s native South Korea.

The product launch comes just a year after Samsung released its first desktop computer in years. After a while, it returns to the PC field for the first time, equipped with a 24-inch display, built-in speakers, and supports Dolby Atmos 3D (Dolby Atmos 3D).

Its latest product features a metal frame, ultra-thin design (6.5 mm) and Intel Core Ultra processors.

According to publisher Sammobile, a Samsung Electronics official said: “Samsung All-in-One Pro is an all-round PC that can be used in a variety of daily life including study, work and hobbies with its compact design and excellent performance. .Powerful performance.

“With its powerful performance, differentiated Galaxy ecosystem and artificial intelligence functions, it provides people with a more convenient and free daily life.”

The PC, priced at US$1.99 million (approximately $1,469), is now available for pre-order and will be officially released in South Korea on April 22. It’s unclear whether the product will launch globally or elsewhere.

Features of Samsung All-in-one Pro PC

The metal design is used throughout the product, including the mouse and wireless keyboard bundled with the new computer.

Compared to previous Samsung desktop versions, the upgrades are obvious; it’s bigger and better. It has a 27-inch 4K screen and, like the previous option, comes with 3D speakers compatible with Dolby Atmos audio.

Intel Core Ultra processors offer improved CPU and GPU performance compared to the 13th generation Intel Core i5 chips used in last year’s version. It is also expected to come with at least 16GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage.

The keyboard has a dedicated Microsoft Copilot AI key and artificial intelligence is integrated throughout the design.

The computer has a built-in webcam and comes with Windows 11 Home and other Galaxy ecosystem apps and features, including Buds auto-switching, multi-control, quick sharing and second screen.

This means users with a Galaxy phone or tablet can easily drag and drop files between the two and link them to view and respond to phone notifications on their desktop.

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