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As the Chromebook market has matured, a bunch of higher-end models have come out. Samsung’s original Galaxy Chromebook was one of them, but the company realized that paying $1,000 for a Chrome OS machine was a hard sell for most. Enter the Galaxy Chromebook 2, Samsung’s correction and a much better laptop with an easier-to-stomach starting price of $449. But now you can get
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