It is that time of the year, and Samsung has not failed in its duty to launch two follow-up devices to the company’s Chromebook series
Samsung is rolling out two new update- Chromebook 4 and 4+ to succeed the existing Chromebook 3 that was launched sometimes around this period in the previous year, 2018.
Just so that you bare in mind pretty soon, the two devices are just as affordable as their predecessor, starting at $230 and while that is just by the way, the two devices also pack a bunch of amazing features.
Coming in different sizes, you can expect to meet an 11.6 inch HD(1,366 ×768 pixel) display, and a larger 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 × 1,080) display for the Chromebook 4 and 4+ respectively. While both comes with a reasonable weight, the C4 weighs 2.6 pounds and the C4+ weighs more at 3.75 pounds.
Certainly thats not all about the two devices. Both devices are powered by a Celeron N4000 processor while packing as much as 64GB of storage and a whole 6GB of RAM. On top of that, bothe devices also comes with a Gigabit Wi-Fi capabilities, as well as a built-in access to Google Assistant and the Play Store.
As for the power house- Samsung conrmed that the smaller Chrome can last for as long as 12.5 hours, wh the bigger one on the other hand could only last up to 10.5 hours, which is still a conderable number considering the big nature.
Like I said initially, bothe devices won’t have you break your respective banks- to acquire. Chromebook 4 will reportedly start at $230, while the 4+ will kick at $300. As for the availability, the two devices are currently available on Samsung website as well as a couple of retailers.