The Chromebook 4+ has a sleek aluminum chassis with a “zero screws” design (there are no visible screws holding the laptop body down) and a large 15.6-inch Full HD LED display. As it’s a Chromebook, it runs the latest version of Google’s Chrome OS software, which is based on the hugely popular web browser that shares its name. You’ll be able to use Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides online and offline, with photos automatically backed up to Google Photos. You’ll also be able to install thousands of Android apps, including games and streaming services like Netflix.
Under the hood of the lightweight laptop is an Intel Celeron processor. Samsung has also fitted the laptop with powerful stereo speakers and gigabit-ready Wi-Fi to access the fastest wireless speeds available in the UK. Charging is handled via USB-C, which is the same cable used to charge the latest Kindle Paperwhite, Nintendo Switch, almost all Android handsets, iPad Pro and MacBook. So you only need to carry one charger for your next trip.
Three Mobile does not charge an upfront fee for its 5G broadband plan. If you are not concerned about the Samsung Chromebook 4+, you can get the same 5G broadband hub for £11 a month for the first six months, rising to £22 for the rest of your broadband contract.