Samsung is back with another premium Chromebook, with the new Galaxy Chromebook Go now on sale for £399 in the UK.
The new Chromebook Go arrives with a 14-inch TFT HD (1366 x 768) display and weighs just 1.45kg, which is only slightly heavier than Apple’s 1.29kg MacBook Air, and offers a 180-degree hinge.
Connectivity wise, the new Chromebook Go is Wi-Fi 6 compatible and there’s LTE built-in for good measure when you’re out of Wi-Fi range.
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