If you are interested in the new Chromebook 2 Series, you'll be seeing HD screens along with some nice powered up processors! The Chromebook 2 Series is will be available in two different screen sizes. The larger model being a 13.3 inch screen, and the smaller option being an 11.6 inch screen. If you are going with the larger model, you'll be pleased to find a Full HD screen, sporting a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution rate. Should you decide to take the smaller route, you will suffer a slight resolution rate with it being only a 1,366 x 768 resolution rate. Both models, however, are coming equipped with octa-core Samsung Exynos processors. The higher end model will receive a 2.1GHz processor while the lower end model will come with a 1.9GHz processor. They will also be receiving different methods for charging. Instead of using a microUSB charging port, the new Chromebook 2 Series will be going with a DC power connector for charging.
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Since these are Chromebooks are are supported through Google, it would only make sense for them to use the Chrome OS. Samsung has promised to become optimized for Google+ and all of the affiliated apps that come with it, including the Hangouts messaging. When purchasing the new Chromebook, Samsung will also be offering customers a "premium" app package. Samsung's new Chromebook models will also be given 100GB of Google Drive space for up to two years upon purchase.
These new models will be available in April, so not much longer. They have definitely upgraded in terms of there specs, which is nothing but a positive for the series. They are still pretty affordable as well. With the larger screen model going for $400 and the smaller screen version going for $320, its hard to pass up on a deal like that. Again, a lot of these other models, such as the Chromebook get swept under the rug due to the higher demand and marketing for the better advertised models such as the Macbook. If you are still on the fence about getting one of the newer Samsung models because you've worked with the last Chromebook and weren't impressed, it may be better to rent the new model when it comes out just to test the waters with it.