Samsung Chromebook Plus & Pro Merges It’s OS With Android For A High End Hybrid Tablet Replacement
The new Samsung Chromebook Plus & Pro is here, the new Chromebooks Pro is here! Hard to believe, but Samsung’s new hybrid device is a near step closer to effectively merging Android and Chrome OS systems.
While consumers have witnessed over the years Chrome OS and Android getting closer, a ‘real’ union is expected ‘eventually’, hopefully soon. Part Android tablet, and apart Chromebooks, the new hybrid device sports it is 12.3-inches and has that familiar 360 degree convertible laptop design people are comfortable with.
While it has 3:2 screen suited for slates, it sacrifices battery longevity because of the increased processing power that is used to merge the two operating systems, a fair trade-off for many who use both OS and Android.
With 2400 x 1600 pixel LED display, a 2.2GHz Intel Core M3 processor, 32GB of internal storage, and 4GB of RAM, you have up to eight hours of life to do what you got to do, thanks, Samsung.
The Chromebook Plus is priced at $449 which is available now. If you can wait, the Chromebook Pro will be launched in April 2017 at $549.