Samsung Electronics has debuted a new laptop that utilizes Intel’s latest wireless lan card for a significantly faster internet experience. The device is called the Flash and it boasts of an internet speed that’s up to 1.7 gigabytes per second. 

Samsung introduced the Flash in its home country, South Korea, on Monday. According to the tech giant, the new laptop’s internet speed will enable users to download large files almost instantly and stream high-resolution video content online smoothly. 

Yonhap reports that Samsung’s new laptop is customized for network services of South Korea’s No. 2 mobile carrier, KT Corp. Aside from Intel and KT Corp., Samsung also collaborated with Microsoft in making the Flash, which runs on the Windows 10 operating system. 

The Flash comes with a 13.3-inch Full HD display, an attention-grabbing retro-style keyboard, and a fingerprint reader. It supports Universal Flash Storage cards that have five times faster reading speed than existing Micro SD cards. 

Samsung said the Flash features improved connectivity with other devices. It also comes with the company’s secret folder feature that keeps confidential files safe and protected, as per The Investor.

The laptop is available in white, charcoal, and coral color options. Its sleek design is what Samsung sees as the main reason for millennial consumers to be attracted to it. To view an image of the device, click here.

Samsung did not state if the device is going to be exclusive for its home country. There was also no mention of its possible release in other markets. Nonetheless, Samsung already announced that the laptop is retailing in South Korea for 810,000 won or US$715. 

The launch of the Flash laptop comes days after Samsung announced the Galaxy Book2, a 2-in-1 PC with gigabit LTE support. The device is said to look very similar to Microsoft’s Surface Pro. It packs in a 12-inch Super AMOLED display, dual speakers tuned by AKG, two USB Type-C ports, a metal kickstand and a fingerprint scanner.