Samsung has presented its new laptops in Spain this Wednesday Chromebook 4+ and Chromebook 4, specially designed for teachers and students, which provide updates until 2026 and resistance to falls up to 50 centimeters.

The new Samsung laptops make use of the Chrome OS operating system, allowing the inclusion of Chrome extensions and applications and are compatible with Android apps from Play Store, as Samsung reported in a statement.

Chromebook 4 and 4+ have a weight less than 2 kilos and 16 mm thick when closed, with a design in platinum color that does not expose the screws and with proven resistance to falls to 50cm on steel plates.

The screen is 11.6 inches in Chromebook 4 and 15.6 inches in Full HD resolution for Chromebook 4+. This last team presents a 0.26 inch thin frame, with an aspect ratio of 80 percent.

Samsung Chromebooks offer a autonomy of up to 12 and a half hours, they can be connected to a 4K monitor with an extra adapter and have Gigabit WiFi wireless connectivity, with speed of up to 1.7 Gbps and USB-C port of up to 5 Gbps.

Finally, it offers Chrome as an operating system along with the entire suite of Google for Education and Google Classroom tools, aimed at students and teachers.

The Samsung family of computers is now available in Spain. The Chromebook 4 model will be priced at 339 euros and Chromebook 4+, at 429 euros.

In addition, the company has developed the Samsung Smart School program, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training and the Ministry of Education of the autonomous communities.

This program seeks improve teaching through the integration of technology as a tool that helps to support methodological change, and to adapt education and digital skills of students and teachers to the challenges of 21st century society.

Since its launch six years ago, the initiative has focused on public schools in areas at risk of digital divide, isolated areas and with a high rate of immigration or unemployment. In total, it has already been implemented in 108 classrooms, with more than 4,000 participating students.