This past summer, Samsung unveiled the successor to 2017’s Chromebook Plus. Called the Chromebook Plus V2, the laptop featured a 2-in-1 design with improved specs, an S Pen, and Chrome OS onboard (hence the Chromebook branding). Now, Samsung is introducing a new iteration of the V2, this time with LTE.
The new Chromebook Plus V2 (LTE) features the same spec sheet and design as the standard Chromebook Plus with the addition of LTE support. This means you get always-on compatibility and a constant connection to the internet. “People demand their devices match their level of always-on performance in order to achieve, contribute and be their best,” said Josh Newman, general manager of Mobile PC Segments, Intel Client Computing Group.“Samsung’s new Chromebook Plus V2 (LTE) device meets this expectation with style by fusing Samsung design ingenuity and Google’s popular OS with Intel processors and Intel LTE connectivity.”
For those of you interested in picking one up, you’ll be able to starting November 2nd at Best Buy, Verizon, and on Samsung.com. It’ll cost $599.
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