In case you’re searching for a sub-$500 Chromebook with Android support, Samsung’s new Chromebook Plus may be the gadget for you.
The Chromebook Plus was, alongside a Pro form, revealed at CES 2017 back in January, and Samsung has followed through on its promise to get the Plus out toward the beginning of February (the Pro form has a preliminary launch date of early spring and a sticker price of $549).
At a $450 sticker price, the Samsung Chromebook Plus houses noteworthy hardware details:
2.0 GHz Hexa-center (double ARM Cortex-A72, quad Cortex-A53 big.LITTLE configuration)
12.3-inch 2400 x 1600 LED show with a pixel thickness of 234 pixels-per-inch (higher pixel density than Apple’s MacBook Pro)
360-degree revolving display
4 GB RAM
32 GB eMMC capacity
2 x USB-C ports
5140 mAh lithium ion battery
Would it be a good idea for you to go for the Plus or sit tight for the Pro to turn out in the distant future?
The greatest difference between the Plus and the Pro is processor and capacity – the Pro will be outfitted with an Intel Core m3 processor and accompany 32 gigabytes of capacity. On the off chance that you feel you require more horsepower and more local capacity, the $100 is a little premium to pay. But for most users the Plus is probably going to be all the Chromebook they require.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus is accessible directly from Samsung and in addition to other retailers.