Samsung introduces its first Chromebooks with stylus and Android support

Samsung introduces its first Chromebooks with stylus and Android support


Samsung has been making Chromebooks ever since it introduced the first one way back in 2011, but now it’s ready to up the ante a notch with its new Chomebook Plus and Pro. This time around, they can run any Android app from the Google Play store, and they’e also the first Chromebooks to come with a stylus. In fact, the two Chromebooks differ only in processor and their integrated graphics; the Plus uses a custom ARM chip, while the Pro uses a faster Intel Core m3. Otherwise, they share the same specs: 12.3″ 2400×1600 touchscreen display 3:2 aspect ratio Pressure sensitive…

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