Is the new Samsung Chromebook worth buying for $249?
SilverHawk 1 year ago
I've held off on purchasing a Chromebook because I though they were very overpriced for what they offer. The new Samsung Chromebook is $200(!) cheaper than the old version, and buying one doesn't seem so absurd to me now. What do you think, are they worth it at this price? And maybe this is a stupid question, but can you still use the Chromebook when you don't have an internet connection?
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