Newer Chromebook were unveiled at this month’s CES in Vegas, and true to their nature, they maintained their affordability yet give premium productivity and practicality; without the premium price tag.
The newer Chromebooks come with access to the Google Play Store in its entirety. That means whatever app you run on your Android smartphone; now you can run it on your desktop on a Chromebook.
Traditionally, Chromebooks can fully be utilized while connected to the internet, as much computing is done in the web browser or some document editing and social sharing. However, in these newer model, a lot more can be done while offline, but nothing close to what you can do on a PC or Mac while offline.
At the 2017 CES, Google and Samsung unveiled the Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro. They are both 2-in-1 devices that pivot from being a tablet to being a notebook thanks to a 3600 hinge. Both the Chromebook Plus and Pro support stylus pen have more processing power and RAM capacity under the hood. They are still, Chromebooks, and that means for a richer user experience, you will need …read more