HP’s new Chromebooks are better than the older versions yet are cheap. The sad part is that the company may cut down on the range of colors and only a few options will be made available to you. With bad news comes the good news. The latest HP Chromebooks will allow you to upgrade its display to a full HD screen only for $30.
Unlike older versions, HP Chromebook 14 will be powered by Intel’s 2.16Ghz dual-core Celeron N2840. Other specifications remain the same.
Color: Turbo Silver and Sky Blue
Weight: 3.74 pounds
Display: 14-inch 1366-by-768 IPS display
microSD slot: Yes
Storage: 2GB of RAM and 16GB of eMMC storage
USB Ports: 1 USB 3.0 port, 2 USB 2.0 ports
Battery: Will last up to 9 hours and 15 minutes
And the best part is…
Just like last year’s Chromebooks, HP Chromebook14 will come with 12 free Gogo in-air internet passes and 100GB Google Drive cloud storage for 2 years. In addition to this, buyers will also get three Google Play movie rentals and 90 days of Google Play music absolutely free.
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HP has also announced Chromebook 14 G4 for small to medium businesses. This notebook supports VPN connectivity, Citrix Receiver 1.8 for Chrome, and enhanced virtualization. Being a notebook designed for small businesses, the storage option of this laptop is also pretty good. It offers buyers up to 32GB of eMMC storage.
HP Chromebook 14 G4 starts at $279. It is set to hit stores on November 8; Chromebook 14 G4 will be made available to institutional buyers in October.