Hewlett-Packard(HP) has confirmed all the ongoing rumors by officially launching its first Chromebook. The top leading PC manufacturer HP is now launching a 14-inch Chromebook. The HP Pavilion 14 notebook as the name suggests, has a 14-inch screen, making it the biggest notebook yet to run Google’s Chrome OS. This notebook is powered by an Intel Celeron processor and Intel HD graphics, and can be specified with up to 4GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the Pavilion offers a 16GB SSD plus 100GB of free storage via Google Drive so that users can save work to the cloud and access it wherever they are on any device with a browser.
The add on features of this chromebook it weighs under 4 pounds and includes a wide range of ports including HDMI, USB 2.0, Ethernet and a combined headphone/microphone port. Additionally, the Pavillion 14 incorporates an HP Truevision HD Webcam and has a swappable battery.
HP’s Kevin Frost, who said, “Google’s Chrome OS is showing great appeal to a growing customer base. With HP’s Chromebook, customers can get the best of the Google experience on a full-sized laptop, all backed up by our service and brand.”
Before that, Samsung had launched two Chromebooks — the Chromebook 550, which offers built-in 3G connectivity, a 16GB SSD and a 12.1-inch HD-‘compatible’ display which retails for around $400, as well as the extremely lightweight MacBook Air-lookalike Chromebook which weighs in at a mere 1.7kg for $200. But for purchasing this HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook , you have to pay $329.99.
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