Chrome Show: A tale of two very different Samsung Chromebook 2 reviews

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Early reviews for the Samsung Chromebook 2 couldn’t be more mixed this week with one very positive and one fairly negative impression on the performance being published. That’s OK, Chrome OS is getting better either way with more tools to help monitor what various apps and extensions are doing behind the scenes. And Chromecast support comes to several new services and apps.

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Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel

A tale of two very different Samsung Chromebook 2 reviews.

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