Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 $449 - Samsung Black Friday 2018 Deals

Samsung is starting its Black Friday sale a bit earlier this year, having just discounted its Chromebook Plus V2 by no less than $150. Regularly priced at $599.99, this ultra-premium Chrome OS laptop can currently be bought for only $449.99, which is the lowest it's ever been since its release in June. This is hence a perfect opportunity to get into the high-end Chrome OS game at a reasonable price point and get your hands on a capable portable computer with Samsung's refined build and an extremely convenient form factor.

While it looks like a traditional laptop, the Chromebook Plus V2 is actually a 2-in-1 convertible that can operate in three distinct modes thanks to its hinge that allows its 12.2-inch FHD display to rotate 360 degrees around the keyboard. The device also utilizes a 16:10 aspect ratio which isn't the most common image format in this product category but is extremely productivity-oriented and should be convenient for all sorts of work. Naturally, support for Android applications is also part of the package, so rotating the display of the Chromebook Plus V2 behind its keyboard and opening the Google Play Store essentially turns this device into a massive Android tablet.

Samsung's flagship Chromebook comes with 32GB of storage space and a microSD card slot, both of which are standard features for its price segment, though it also ships with stereo speakers and a mostly metal-and-glass build which is both great for keeping the device cool even under heavy load and making it look and feel like an ultra-premium affair. With efficiency being the name of the game in the Chromebook space, it's not surprising that Samsung's Chromebook Plus V2 delivers up to eight hours of usage on a single charge, according to the manufacturer's estimates. In other words, this is Samsung's best Chrome OS device on the market after the LTE-enabled revision of the thereof that the tech giant released just this month, so anyone seeking a new portable computer should definitely be giving this massive deal a look.

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