Samsung Chromebook Plus

Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017)

The Verge- Samsung Chromebook Plus Hands On:

"I know the exact moment I fell in love with the Chromebook Plus.

I was reading a Kindle book and found a passage I wanted to save. I pulled out the stylus and tapped the "Capture Screen" button on the menu that automatically popped up. Then I tapped "Annotate in Google Keep" and jotted a few notes right on the page, just like I used to do with real books. Then I went back to reading." full review


Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017) review:
Written by: Dieter Bohn Published: 02/10/2017


Chrome Unboxed- Samsung Chromebook Plus Hands On:

"As thin as we thought, as attractive as we thought, and as impressive as we thought: the Samsung Chromebook Plus is the ARM version of the Samsung Chrombook Pro, both here at CES for some hands-on time. Both of these devices are the same, only with 2 different processor choices. The ARM Rockchip RK3399 for the Plus and the Intel Skylake Core m3 for the Pro. Other than that, we are looking at identical Chromebooks here." full review


Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017) review:
Written by: Robby Payne Published: 01/05/2017


Laptop Magazine- Samsung Chromebook Plus Packs Pen, Touchscreen for $449:

"The Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus are slick 12.3-inch laptops that double as tablets, with a full metal design that weighs just 2.4 pounds. They include a pen that pops out of the right side of the system, letting you take notes with Google Keep and other apps in the Google Play store. The app is smart enough to recognize characters, so you can search through your handwritten notes afterwords. " full review


Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017) review:
Written by: Mark Spoonauer Published: 01/04/2017


Trusted Reviews- Samsung Chromebook Plus First Impressions:

"Samsung has unveiled two Chromebooks at CES 2017, but the only thing differentiating the Pro and the Plus is that the latter uses an ARM CPU rather than Intel Core m3. Everything else is the same. That means you’ll get a magnesium alloy laptop, with a 360-degree hinge that flips the screen round and into a tablet mode. It looks fine, nothing sublime, but it's light and importantly feels well made if a little on the plastic side. The hinge motion is smooth and it’s not too thick when using it in tablet mode, something I often find with these hybrids." full review


Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017) review:
Written by: Max Parker Published: 01/07/2017


Digital Trends- Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro, Our First Take:

"The 12.3-inch screen boasts a very competitive 2,400 x 1,600 panel. It’s a fully equipped touchscreen, like the kind we’re growing used to seeing on laptops of any size, with a digitizer for the built-in stylus, which pops out of the side a la Samsung’s Note line of smartphones. While it’s hard to judge screens in a hardware preview hall, it’s clear Samsung has a winner on its hands here. Colors were pleasantly vibrant, and black levels deep enough for us to take notice." full review


Samsung Chromebook Plus (2017) review:
Written by: Brad Bourque Published: 01/04/2017


James has been a Chromie ever since 2012, when he accepted a seasonal position as a Google Specialist, educating customers about Chromebooks in his local Best Buy. Since then he's converted his home to 100% Chrome OS, and has owned over half a dozen Chrome OS devices over the years. He currently uses the 2015 Google Pixel at home, and an Asus Chromebox for work.

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