When the Galaxy Book Go was announced, I hoped (maybe even prayed) for Samsung to launch a Chrome OS version – the same specs but just a different operating system. Now, Samsung has listed the Galaxy Chromebook Go on its website but it’s not what I want or rather, expected.
The Galaxy Chromebook Go hasn’t yet been officially announced yet but its specs have been published.
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