Tech-giants all over the world made it to the CES 2017 event to showcase what they have for it’s end-users, ranging from electronics, self-driving cars, smartphones, computers & tablets, to mention a few. Along with other tech giants, South Korean-based tech-firm, Samsung Corp. wouldn’t miss a chance to showcase a lot of great goodies at the CES 2017.
The company unveiled two fresh Chromebooks Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus built to support Android apps. They are also the first Chromebooks to support a stylus and enable inking on screen.
Samsung in collaboration with Search-engine giants, Google Inc. took upon the stage to announce Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus at CES this year. The Chromebook Plus is expected to be available in next month priced at $449 while details (availability and price) for the Chromebook Pro will also be announced.[related-posts]
The Chromebook Pro sports an Intel Core M3 processor, while the Plus has an ARM-based chip inside. Apart from this, both the devices have the same innards, and sport a 360-degree hinge for switching it into tablet mode, tent mode, or stand mode.
The devices feature a 12.3-inch (2400×1600 pixel) LED display. They have 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, sport USB Type-C ports, and support 4K video output.
They weigh 1.07kgs and are easy to manoeuvre in one hand when in tablet mode.
The stylus is tucked on the edge of the laptops, and clicks out just like on Samsung’s Note smartphones.