The flagship battle is heating up and devices like the Acer Chromebook Spin 713, Lenovo Flex 5 and HP Chromebook x360 14c are putting the pressure on the $1,000 models from ASUS and Samsung. Still, there’s something intangible about Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook and many users are still after the fit, finish and features that the $999 flagship brings to the table. So long as you can get past the still-present lack of decent battery life, there’s little else you can find to criticize about this Chromebook.
Galaxy Chromebook Review
Nits aside, the fact remains that a thousand dollars is a lot to invest in any laptop especially during these uncertain times we find ourselves in as a global community. Thankfully, Samsung seems to be recognizing that the price tag of the Galaxy Chromebook is a little bit on the hefty side when you look at the number of premium devices rolling out that fall well under the $800 mark. So, once again, Samsung is knocking $200 off of the Project Athena certified Chromebook which brings the price down to $799. Thanks to a promotion from Rakuten, you can also score up-to 10% off in the form of cash back on your Ebates Big Fat Check. Samsung is still running its trade-in promo as well so you can get the Galaxy for as little as $349 if you have an eligible devices. You can find the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook at the link below and don’t forget to sign up for Rakuten here to grab that cash back.