Samsung Chromebook Plus Now Back in Stock at Amazon

Samsung launched the Chromebook Plus last month, after having announced it at CES in January. It was a Chromebook that many were looking forward too, and thus retailers like Best Buy and Amazon and even Samsung's own online store, were unable to keep it in stock. Well that's no longer an issue, as Amazon now has the Samsung Chromebook Plus back in stock, and it's priced at $449, it's regular price tag. You can also get the Chromebook Plus as soon as tomorrow with Amazon's Prime next-day delivery, which is definitely a nice feature to have for those that shop on Amazon all the time.

The Chromebook Plus is one of a handful of Chromebooks that debuted at CES 2017. This is the ARM-based Chromebook from Samsung, so it's slightly cheaper, and still comes with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. It also has a stylus built in, although Samsung does not call it a "S Pen". Since the Chromebook Plus does have the Google Play Store installed, you can use this stylus to write in your favorite apps like Evernote, or Google Keep for keeping notes. Of course, it's also a great way to draw in some of your favorite apps.

Samsung has put a 12.3-inch display on the Chromebook Plus, and it is a touch screen. Allowing users to flip the screen around and put the Chromebook in tablet mode. This is a 4:3 aspect ratio display, similar to Google's Chromebook Pixels, and this is because it's better for browsing web content, even though most video content is still in 16:9. This means that it is slightly taller than something like the ASUS Chromebook C302ca that was also announced at CES in Las Vegas. The Samsung Chromebook Plus has already received some rave reviews, and customers are loving this Chromebook as well. It's one of the best "premium" Chromebooks on the market right now. In fact, it has been topping our monthly top 10 list of the best Chromebooks since it was announced in January, which isn't an easy thing to do. You can buy the Samsung Chromebook Plus from the link below.

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