Samsung just announced a LTE version of Chromebook Plus V2, one of the better Chrome networks in newer memory. It's a semi-pro-Chromebook that starts November 2nd to $ 599.99 – which is $ 100 more than the base Wi-Fi version – on Samsung.com, Best Buy and Verizon.
The Chromebook Plus V2 LTE retains all the specifications and features of its Wi-Fi fighter, including a 12.2-inch full-screen full-screen 300nm brightness, a decent Intel Celeron 3965Y processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB solid state storage and a 39Wh battery.
Much of what makes the Chromebook Plus V2 LTE (and Wi-Fi version) a "semi-pro" Chromebook is the solid specification sheet and build quality. It has a great screen size for a Chromebook, an energy efficient processor, 360 degree hinge and a stylus. Samsung is not the only OEM that operates convertible Chrome OS PCs: Google's Pixel Slate has similar features and costs the same amount, but it does not come with LTE.
The extra flexibility of Verizon LTE makes this version of Chromebook Plus V2 more desirable for external workers and travelers. After all, you can use Instagram on your Chromebook to take pictures with a 1