Google's New 2012 Chromebook Starts At $250

The revised version of chromebook is here and it costs just 250 bucks, which is a stunner. This great valued device is Wi-Fi only version. But you can add some more to it, precisely 80 dollars to get a 3G card built in. And it comes with 100 MB of free data per month from Verizon Wireless (Yup, no typo. 100 MB). 


New Samsung build chromebook comes with a exynos 4210 processor which is clocked at 1.7 GHz. It comes with 16 Gb of storage space and 2 Gb of RAM on board. Resolution of this laptop is 1366 x 768 pixels which is fairly good and the diagonal size of the screen is 11.6". It supports 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi network. Its weight is 2.4 pounds which is fairly light and includes a lithium ion battery which lasts almost around 6 hours and a half. 

Final words

Samsung 2012 Chromebook is what we needed from a netbook-ish laptop. $250 is a sweet spot for a laptop which deals with Internet and cloud based computing. Once again Google has proved the Chromebook business is not over yet.

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