At the CES 2017, the South Korean manufacture, Samsung, has made a highlight when the company introduced a duo laptop: Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro. Users did not wait a long time since the announcement to get their hands all over them, but users have to wait for these Chrome OS laptops to go on sale on the stores.
Fortunately, Samsung has kept its promise of a February release date. Samsung Chromebook Plus variant is available in multiple retail sites.
A special thing of the new Samsung Chromebooks is that they have pre-installed the Google Play Store out of the box. It’s an oddity; as not many Chromebooks have Android app support yet, and a few got over an update.
Now, if you do care for Chromebook Plus’s specs, it won’t make you disappointed either. This laptop features more power than we usually see on Chromebooks series. The unit is equipped the ARM-based hexa-core OP1 processor, along with 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of onboard storage, a Samsung stylus and a 12.3-inch display with an impressive 2400 x 1600 resolution. Increasingly, this screen can support rotating 360-degrees.
Chromebooks are getting much more impressive due to the support of Google Play Store proliferates. They are known for being limited by their software, something that won’t completely have an issue with the inclusion of a massive Android app library.
Now, for those who are interested in the Intel Core M3-boasting Pro version, you will need to wait until the Spring for the launch. The price for the higher version is also not unveiled, so we are left in the dark.
You can get yourself a Samsung Chromebook Plus for just $449 from multiple retailers from the links right below.