A recent survey revealed that Samsung has a lot of catching up to do in the Chromebook market, as proven by its somewhat abysmal market share. Nonetheless, the Galaxy Chromebook Go is one of the better low-cost offerings out there.
Samsung stealthily unveiled it a few weeks ago without telling much about its availability. Users based in the United States can now get their hands on the Galaxy Chromebook Go LTE variant via AT&T.
Galaxy Chromebook Go LTE offers great specs for the price
A listing on AT&T’s official website lets you pick one up for $349.99. If you want to pay monthly, it’ll set you back by $4.86/month for 36 months, which sums up to $174.9. However, you’ll need to purchase a new telephone line, and the discount will be offered as in-store credit on your monthly bill. Do note that the promotion is only valid for the Galaxy Chromebook Go 32GB storage variant.
For those out of the loop, the Galaxy Chromebook Go features a 14-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. Under the hood, there’s a dual-core Intel Jasper Lake Celeron N4500 processor based on the new 10nm node. One can couple it with up to 4GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of eMMC storage. A micro SD card slot allows users to add more storage if needed.
As its name suggests, the Galaxy Chromebook Go runs Chrome OS out of the box. Input options on the laptop are quite plentiful, at least for a Chromebook, and include a USB Type-A port, two USB Type-C ports, a 3.5mm combo audio jack, and in case of this particular variant, a SIM card slot. Lastly, the Galaxy Chromebook Go’s 43Wh battery can be charged at 45W over a USB C.