The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 360 is now available. This education-focused Chromebook starts at $429.99 with some nice external features and a capable but basic CPU.
The newly-announced Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 360 has an entry-level Celeron oddly paired with a super high-resolution touchscreen.
After watching Samsung’s Unpacked event, I immediately thought the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 line should run Chrome OS. So, why doesn’t it?
2021 Black Friday Chromebook deals started early and some look fantastic. I think you can do better though, so here are a few options to consider and some to pass on.
Last month, Samsung introduced a new entry-level Chromebook, saying that an LTE model would follow. You can now pre-order the $349 Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go with mobile broadband from AT&T at a discount.
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go is now available direct from Samsung. You can order the Wi-Fi model now for $299.99. An LTE version will arrive in the coming weeks.
Amazon Prime Day Chromebook deals are live with some good and some that only look good. Here are a few for each budget that I’d consider or avoid, and why.
Not happy with the $699 Samsung wants for the top tier Galaxy Chromebook 2? $200 off today makes it a $499 Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 on sale.
The initial Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 reviews are in and I sense a theme. Battery life is at least acceptable and the recommendation is for the more expensive $699 model to get that extra performance, memory and (slow) storage.
Last year’s Galaxy Chromebook is currently the same $699 as the new Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2. Which should you get? One key question will help you make the decision.
Samsung and Best Buy have started pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, starting at $549. Reserve one early and you can earn store credits for accessories and future purchases.