Samsung launched the Chromebook Plus last year. A few months ago, the Korean manufacturer launched a new version of the device: the Chromebook Plus V2. Just recently, the company again announced a new version of its Chromebook Plus V2 which has an LTE type connection. This new model in the range is above all dedicated to users who want to connect when they are on the move.
Basically, the device appears to be identical to the old version. Indeed, the two products have many characteristics in common. On the other hand, the model which has an LTE modem will be able to connect to 4G networks. It will sell for $ 599.99 from November 2.
The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 LTE will bring a new perspective to your everyday life, especially your work, by allowing you to stay connected all the time.
Samsung keeps the same style, but with more options
This new version of the Chromebook Plus V2 has a lot in common with the older version of the device.
It is notably equipped with an Intel Celeron 3965Y processor and has 4 GB of RAM for a storage capacity of 32 GB.
The device displays a resolution of 1920 x 1080 on a 12.2 inch screen and its battery power is 39 Wh.
A two-in-one product
According to Samsung, consumers are demanding more and more and therefore want a fast internet connection, even when traveling abroad.
This is how the firm had the idea to release this model.
For its part, Google also praised the Korean giant's new Chromebook: " With the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 LTE, users have a single device to work and play, no matter where ".
A product intended for the American market
A few years ago, Samsung decided to stop the distribution of Chromebooks in the European market to focus a little more on the American market.
Thus, the manufacturer plans to use the Chromebook Plus V2 LTE to conquer the American market. However, rumors indicate that Acer is also on the verge of developing an LTE model.
If this is the case, Samsung will have to innovate again to stay ahead of the competition.