Samsung Chromebook 2 comes with a $100 worth pack of goodies. According to the press release:
The Samsung Chromebook 2 Series comes with a package of premium apps worth more than $100. It includes smartphone access and data management service Air Droid Premium, task management and collaboration app Wunderlist Pro, and LittleBridge.com, an English learning app.
Wunderlist is a todo list app working in the freemium model, a free version and a paid pro version are available.
Wunderlist Pro integrates seamlessly into your business’s workflow, whether you are a freelancer, a small business owner or a global corporation. With its additional features, Wunderlist Pro is here to help you and your team achieve great things, together.
AirDroid also works in the freemium model, and allows you to access and manage your Android phone from your browser.
I am waiting for more information on how this is implemented. Are they playing around with the operating system to get things packed? Or, as an offer that is completely independent of it?
If Google has allowed Samsung to customize Chrome OS, we might see something similar to Touch Wiz soon on Chromebooks too, which means bloatware and software update delays and much more.
This is very crucial. Stay tuned for more info!