Samsung Appears to Have Made a Sweet New Convertible Chromebook With Pen Capabilities

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Over the weekend, the folks at SamMobile discovered a new and unexpected Samsung product that will expand on the growing list of capable Chromebooks. Actually, that’s selling it a bit short because this could be the Chromebook to have. The device is supposedly called Samsung Chromebook Pro and could retail for as little as $499 when and if it arrives in the near future. I say “when and if” because the listing for the device appeared before being taken down without word from Samsung. 

For specs, we are looking at an all-metal device with a 12.3-inch touch screen display with a 2400×1600 resolution. It sports a 2GHz hexa-core processor, 32GB onboard storage with microSD slot, 4GB RAM, 10-hour battery life, two USB Type-C ports, headphone jack, and a 13.9mm thick body. The device also converts into a tablet by folding back on itself, includes a PEN (not an S Pen this time) for input on the display, and should be ready for Android apps.

Look at this bad boy.

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Again, the listing was up and then gone without an announcement, so we really don’t know when to expect this device. However, if you were considering a Chromebook at the moment and were disappointed by the fact that there aren’t many high-end options now that Google has killed off the Pixel line, you may want to wait around for this to go live.

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