Samsung’s latest Chromebook Plus V2 has LTE connectivity
Samsung has teamed up with Intel and Google to provide an LTE-equipped variant of its Chromebook Plus V2 laptop computer, the agency introduced. The Chromebook will name for a steep – so far as Chromebooks are involved – $599 (about £435, AU$853) beginning November 2 within the US.
This LTE-enabled model seems as if it’ll work on CDMA networks, with Verizon being the premier companion because the machine can be bought in Verizon shops in addition to by means of Greatest Purchase and Samsung’s personal on-line retailer within the US. Samsung has but to debate worldwide availability.
Past the inclusion of LTE connectivity, which would require the acquisition of an LTE knowledge plan from a provider to make use of, there doesn’t appear – as Samsung hasn’t launched an official spec sheets – to be anything modified or improved about this 2-in-1 laptop computer since its introduction again in June 2018 sans LTE.
Meaning you possibly can count on the laptop computer to pack an Intel Celeron processor, the dual-camera answer (1 megapixel up entrance; 13MP round again), Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) touchscreen, 4GB of reminiscence and 32GB of storage. The built-in stylus could be counted on as nicely.
Samsung’s objective is to make its main Chromebook an all-in-one machine for customers, which is admirable. Nonetheless, you’ll should weigh whether or not that’s well worth the sizable value hike – to not point out the continuing value of an LTE knowledge plan.