Samsung releases new variant of Chromebook 2 with an Intel Celeron processor

Samsung has released a new version of its Chromebook 2,  but instead of an Exynos processor used in the existing models, the new Chromebook is equipped with an Intel Celeron processor. The new Chromebook 2 features an 11.6-inch FWXGA display, a 2.58GHz Intel Celeron N2840 Bay-Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage space. The device features faux leather finish on its back, similar to that of the Galaxy Note 4. There are a couple of USB (3.0 and 2.0) ports and nine hours of battery life under typical usage stress.

It will also be the first Chromebook to include Google Help, a feature where users will be able to get placed in line with next support agent by typing ‘Chrome:Help’ in to the Chrome’s address bar. The Google Help service is currently available between 10AM – 7PM EST. Samsung will also offer premium services such as the AirDroid Premium, Wunderlist Pro for task management, and Little Bridge. This new Chromebook 2 will go on sale next week for just $250.

Samsung Chromebook 2 Intel Celeron

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I have not seen any news posts that blame directily ceratin brand devices on tech media.
WOW. Verge says “Ugly” about this product.
I cannot understand why US and UK media hate Samsung.


That’s because samsung wins and it’s a Korean company and there is a big rivalry between US and any other country in the world