Samsung, today, uploaded a YouTube video of their latest Chromebook, the Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE. Also known as the Chromebook Plus V2 LTE, the video highlights the features and specifications of their latest push in the Chromebook arena.
The Plus LTE, as the name suggests, is capable of connecting to LTE networks. Something Samsung sees as a plus to help users remain connected to the internet without having to depend on a WiFi connection.
So far, with regard to LTE connections, Verizon seems to be at the forefront being a launch partner of the device. Samsung has yet to confirm exactly which networks the Plus LTE will support.
The previous version, the Plus V2, does not feature LTE. However, that’s the only difference between the Plus V2 LTE and its predecessor. It has the same 12.2-inch 2-in-1 touchscreen display, a full-size keyboard (no backlight), an Intel Y-Series Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
With great #LTE comes greater connectivity. Thanks to its powerful LTE capability, the new Chromebook Plus (LTE) now offers even more mobility. Stay always connected wherever you go with Samsung Notebook.Samsung
The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 LTE is available for purchase at $599 – a $100 increase over the non-LTE models. If you are interested, you can purchase the new Chromebook on Samsung’s own online store, Best Buy, and Verizon.