Samsung continues to pump out new laptops and the latest addition is the Galaxy Chromebook Go. It’s an entry-level Chromebook with a 14-inch TFT display of 1366x768-pixel resolution and a 720p webcam. The big feature here is LTE support for seamless connectivity on the go.
Powering the Galaxy Chromebook Go is an Intel Celeron N4500 chipset paired with Intel UHD graphics. There’s 4 or 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 32GB, 64GB or 128GB eMMc storage. The laptop weighs 1.45kg and features a backlit keyboard. I/O includes 2x USB type-C ports, one USB 3.2, a headphone/mic jack as well as microSD and nano-SIM slots.
Galaxy Chromebook Go features a 42.3Wh battery which charges over a 45W type-C charger. Samsung has not disclosed pricing and availability details yet.
I can a better option with 400€ like Lenovo ideapad slim 3 with ryzen 3 4300U and 512GB SSD
Lots of environmental pollution by Samsung. With the same money one can get an iPad which is way faster, runs better and more apps and it can last for years.