Due to its lightweight operating system and often long battery life, the Chromebook is the ideal device to accommodate LTE. Coupled with the increasing number of Android apps optimized for the Chrome OS, this update will be a huge leap forward for Chromebooks.
In Samsung's blog post, Samsung Electronics' US executive Alanna Cotton explained that the company believes demand for Chrome OS continues to grow. At the same time, the company's idea is that such devices are especially perfect for consumers who want to stay in touch and don't want to worry about finding Wi-Fi points nearby. Consumers also want laptops to be launched immediately, with built-in anti-virus protection and Web-based applications and services.
In addition, various technologies for creating Chromebook Plus V2 come from Samsung as well as Google andIntel. Josh Newman, general manager of Intel's Client Computing Group's Mobile PC division, said: "People are demanding that their devices be always online. Samsung's new Chromebook Plus V2 LTE device combines Samsung's originality with Google's much-loved operating system with Intel.processorIt is connected to Intel LTE to meet this need. ”
This Chromebook has the familiar elements of its predecessor. The built-in pen and two cameras, in a lightweight package, are designed to provide a high-quality look and feel, built-in 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and weigh less than 3 pounds.
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