Samsung’s two new LTE-enabled ultraportables have hit stores.
Whether you need always-connected Chrome OS or a long day of undemanding computing, two of Samsung’s latest options are now ready for you. The Chromebook Plus LTE version is now shipping for $600, while the $1,000 can now be had from AT&T (as well as other outlets); Sprint and Verizonmodels are coming later this month.
Theis one of the more expensive premium Chromebooks we’ve been seeing lately, along with the and two-in-ones. They justify the outlay with better designs and performance than their inexpensive counterparts.
For Windows users, the Galaxy Book2 delivers second-generation Windows-on-Snapdragon performance, which most notably includes a 14-hour battery life (as tested).