Samsung has started marketing the Samsung Chromebook Pro, the second of the convertibles with the Google Chrome OS that the company presented CES in the past.
If the Chromebook Plus is based on ARM, this Samsung Chromebook Pro is based on Intel, with a Core M3-6Y30 processor accompanied by 4 Gbytes of RAM and 32GB eMMC for storage.
The best comes from your screen of this device. A 12.3-inch multitouch with native resolution of 2400 x 1600 pixels, support for optical pens and ability to rotate it up to 360 degrees to facilitate different modes of use.
Samsung Chromebook Pro has two Type-C USB ports, micro SD card reader, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth. Its weight is 1.08 kilograms with battery for 8 hours of autonomy.
Like most recent computers under Chrome OS, Chromebook Pro is designed to work with the Google Play store and handle Android apps. Its price in the United States is 550 dollars and its availability is set for May 28.
Samsung offers a second “Plus” model of these convertibles whose only difference would be the use of ARM architecture with an OP1 processor from Rockchip. They do not reach the level of impressive models like the recently launched EliteBook 1030 x360 in Spain, but Samsung Chromebook Pro are very well in features/price.