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CES 2017: The Best Of The Best

The industry got a glimpse at crazy virtual reality headsets, personalized assistant robots, and new 2-in-1s at this year's CES showfloor. Here are the 20 best products that caught CRN's eye.

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Samsung Chromebook Plus/Pro

Samsung used CES 2017 to debut its next-generation Chromebooks – the Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro.

The new Chromebook models are novel because they were designed, in partnership with Google, to work with Android apps from the Google Play store, in addition to supporting web browsing. Both have a 12.3-inch touchscreen LED display (QHD, 2,400 x 1,600 resolution), which can fold back 360 degrees, and the laptops come with a built-in digital pen.

The difference with the Samsung Chromebook Pro over the Chromebook Plus is processing power: the Chromebook Pro features a more powerful processor, the Intel Core m3, while the Chromebook Plus is powered by an ARM processor, the OP1, which Samsung says was designed for use in Chromebooks.

The Samsung Chromebook Plus will be available in February for a starting price of $449. Samsung said its Chromebook Pro would be available "later in the spring," and pricing hasn't been disclosed.

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