Two new Samsung Chromebooks have just been revealed at CES 2017, and they're likely the next big step for the Google Chromebook model.
Arriving in two versions dubbed the Chromebook Pro or Chromebook Plus, the new tablet-style laptops will offer rotating 360° touchscreen and pen support. This will also be helpful for the recent emphasis Google has placed on Android app compatibility with their latest Chromebook operating system.
On the more technical side, each model will also feature 4GB of RAM, 32GB of local storage and 8-hour battery life, while weighing 2.38 lbs and being under 14mm thick. Of course, there will still be differences between the Pro and Plus, with the primary being an upgraded processor.
Both models are set to release sometime around February or March; be sure to stay tuned for more updates.