Google has recently released the giant ChromeOS update for its laptop users but it seems as if the tech giant is planning to once again modify the respective OS with the all-new Chromebook Plus. The company has today announced a new category of devices which is a pretty simple yet effective piece.
In comparison to the standard Chromebook, Google Chromebook Plus features minimum specs and ChromeOS capabilities. Although you will find the advanced roots and techs in the device. For instance, it has an Intel Core i3 or an AMD Ryzen 7000 series CPU.
The device further bears a 1080p IPS screen, 1080p webcams, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. On the other hand, features like Google Photos Magic Eraser, Offline File Sync, AI-power video conferencing, new improvements, and a few other editing tools have occupied the space.
These models also offer a 3-month subscription for Photoshop on the Web and 3 months of GeForce NOW priority tier along with other perks. The company has teamed up with several partners such as Acer, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo to develop these devices. You can take a look at the pricing in the image given below.