Samsung is adding to its Chrome OS range, with a new notebook, the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, joining the line-up as a more affordable option. Adding to, rather than replacing, the existing high-end Galaxy Chromebook launched last year, this second model trims the starting price to under $700 but introduces features like a QLED display for the first time.
In fact, Samsung says, it’s the world’s first QLED Chromebook, though the company has been using the panel technology on its Windows notebooks for some time now.
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