HP's first Chromebook arrives at $329.99

Seems like HP has released its first Chromebook after Samsung, Lenevo and Acer naming it the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook. HP finally decided to come up with a 14 inch laptop running Google’s Chrome OS. All the other Chromebooks have a 11.6″ or 12″ display, making this HP Chromebook a little different in size. This 14 inch screen has a resolution of 1366×768 like other most common laptops and netbooks. HP seeks to ease for user by giving up a more comfortable bigger keyboard, with more space. This Chromebook also has 3 USB 2.0 ports and 1 SD card slot to expand storage to (little) 16GB.

The Chromebook offers a 1.1 Ghz Celeron processor bundled with 2GB of RAM and integrated graphics. This device has a similar specs as the competition but is priced a bit higher. While other alternatives under Chromebooks are available for nearly $250, this seams to be overpriced and a little bad on the battery life. HP says that this device has a runtime of about 4 hours 15 min, which is pretty less.

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