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Samsung Chromebook Pro Delayed, To Be Released By The End Of May

Samsung's flagship Chromebook that was unveiled earlier this year at CES 2017 ahs been postponed. The Chromebook Pro was expected to launch this week, but talking to The Verge, Kan Liu, senior director of product management for
Chrome OS, has confirmed that the laptop will start shipping on May 28.
This will also be the first laptop that comes with support for Android apps that run on the Android Nougat platform. Unfortunately, most of the features for Chrome OS will still be in beta when the laptop launches, including support for window resizing, docking to one side of the screen and split-view, but they should be added in coming months.

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