Why the Samsung Chromebook Plus Is a Cut Above the Chrome OS Crowd

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 2017-02-13

Samsung is now offering a Chromebook designed for business and home users who want a few more features than they typically would find in a Chrome OS notebook computer. The computer, called the Chromebook Plus, is a two-in-one hybrid that comes with both a touch-screen and support for Samsung’s S Pen stylus, which enables users to write on screen, take notes and sign documents digitally. Inside the Chromebook Plus is a fairly powerful hexa-core processor, and the device sports two USB-C ports that allow users to charge the device, plug in an external monitor and more. Because the computer is based on Chrome OS, users have access to millions of apps through its support for Android apps sold through the Google Play marketplace. From its software to hardware, the Chromebook Plus appears to be a worthwhile buy for businesses and consumers. This slide show will talk about the features of Chromebook Plus and explain why this model is a cut above the typical Chromebook design. Read on to learn more.


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