Samsung Chromebook Plus Early Review: Better Choice Compared To Other Chromebooks
The Samsung Chromebook Plus will be launched this month, and the testers who had a chance to try the new device shared their opinions about its total performance. Chromebooks are becoming very common this year and many manufacturing companies are building different models of it.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus was announced during the CES 2017 last month, and it will be available next week with a $450 price tag. It comes with a 12.3-inch touchscreen, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB internal storage with microSD support and OP1 ARM processor. These specs are not too powerful, but can deliver satisfying output nonetheless.
The Chromebook Plus has a stylus pen like some Samsung smartphones which are very useful for designing software programs and apps. The stylus has a similar design with that of the Galaxy Note's, except that it doesn't have any buttons on it. As Google previously mentioned, users can expect the inclusion of the stylus in more Chromebook models from different companies this year.
Battery performance is important for every device, and it is one of the factors consumers consider before deciding what model to buy. The Samsung Chromebook Plus' battery is quite impressive as it lasts up to roughly eight hours of heavy use. For its other features, the Samsung Chromebook Plus will also have a 720p webcam, USB-C charger port, Island-Type keyboard without backlight, dual-array mic, 802.11 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
According to reviews, as a Chromebook, the Samsung Chromebook Plus is relatively expensive, but its features justifies its price. Will you buy the new Samsung Chromebook Plus? Sound off below!