Samsung’s new Chromebook Pro hybrid can run a universe of Android apps

With a touchscreen and a built-in stylus, this high-res hybrid has killer features for a budget laptop.

Samsung Chromebook Pro Review

Does a stylus and support for Android apps make a big difference to the Chromebook experience ? We find out, in this in-depth Samsung Chromebook Pro review! Read the full review:

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Published: 2017-02-10 01:50:47
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Chromebook Pro: life in beta

Samsung’s new Chromebook isn’t coming out until April, but we got to try Android apps running on Chrome OS today. Turns out that living life in beta isn’t as fun as you think. Subscribe:

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Published: 2017-02-10 04:01:44
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Samsung Chromebook Pro Review

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The Samsung Chromebook Pro is, perhaps, the most anticipated Chromebook release in Chromebook history. A combination of unique form factor, screen aspect ratio, and input methods, the Samsung Chromebook Pro is a device that impresses on many fronts.

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Samsung Chromebook Pro Review: The Chromebook Evolved

The Chromebook Pro is a sleek 2-in-1 with a bright and sharp display, integrated pen and solid battery life, but the Android apps need work. Read more:
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Published: 2017-02-10 13:46:58
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Android app abilities, hotter hardware boost Google’s Chrome OS

It looks like Google’s Chrome operating system is steadily gaining against its better-known Windows and Mac OS competition. Better known as the “affordable” but not exactly… full-blooded OS that runs on some of the most inexpensive laptops on the market, the latest version of Chrome now includes the ability to run Android apps, and that’s a key difference maker. The hardware is keeping up as well.

DT computer scribe Brad Borque put the latest version of Chrome OS through its paces on the new Samsung Chromebook Pro and came away impressed. Sure, it’s $550, but if can pony that up for a Chromebook, you’re now getting a truly versatile and portable computer that works as a highly capable laptop, tablet, and entertainment machine. Remember: it runs Android apps now. Students take note. Check out Brad’s full review and video at the link.



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Published: 2017-02-10 20:02:33
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