Samsung’s new unique Windows 10 Art PC Pulse pre-order available
A week ago Samsung teased us with a video about the upcoming Art PC Pulse device:
It seems that the South Korean multinational headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul is finally revealing its desktop experience. The Samsung Art PC Pulse is a device made with an aluminum body and expandable design, and is about 87% more compact compared to average desktop computers. At the same time, it delivers a similar level of performance as bigger machines.
Below you can see some of the key features that the Samsung Art PC Pulse comes with:
- Full metal body design with circular ambient lighting, and Harmon Jardon 360° Omni-directional speaker unit.
- Attach and remove expansion modules to customize your own system. It includes a 1TB HDD module.
- Engineered to perform with 6th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, 256GB NVMe SSD, 1TB SATA HDD, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and with HDMI and USB-C Ports.
- It utilizes dedicated AMD Radeon RX 460 Graphics with 2GB of Memory and hardware H.265 decompression for 4K video
- Includes 1TB HDD expansion module.
The base model of Samsung Art PC Pulse comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, an AMD Radeon RX 460 graphics card, 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM.
The Samsung Art PC Pulse base model costs $1199 while the premium version of the device costs $1599. If you’ve been looking for a decent computer that’s also an omnidirectional speaker unit, then we suggest you purchase the Samsung Art PC Pulse.
What are your thoughts about Samsung Art PC Pulse? Will you purchase it once it will hit the stores?
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