We talked about it a few days ago, but they were only rumors: HP Chromebook 14 is now official, and changes course. If you remember, in 2015, the American company has launched a Chrome 11 with Intel Celeron (Bay Trail) and a Chrome 14 with Nvidia Tegra K1 (Cortex A15), but the Chromebook 14 fourth-generation adopts an Intel CPU. Not an Intel or Skylake Braswell, as you might imagine, but still a chip that Intel Bay Trail at the end of 2015 is beginning to be a bit ‘dated. The good news, however, is the price: the HP Chromebook 14 is among the cheapest Chromebook in circulation, with a starting price of $ 249 (even on the low-cost processor).
HP Chromebook 14 comes with an Intel Celeron N2840 and 16GB of storage, a 17.8 mm thick chassis (342 x 241 mm) and weighing 1.78 kg. The display will be available in two versions: HD (1366 x 768 pixels) or opaque IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), which will cost a few dollars more than the basic version (starting price $ 279). The notebook has a standard HDMI port, microSD card slot, audio jack, and a battery capable of running for 9.25 hours of battery life. Do not miss the usual modules 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth, two USB 2.0 ports and a USB 3.0 also supports the Sleep & Charge function (so you can charge a smartphone also Chromebook off).
The new Chromebook 14 HP, like the old, will be available in a version with blue lid and white in a total-silver. The arrival on the market (the US) is planned for November, although already in October there will be a version of business / education called HP Chromebook 14 G4 with 32GB of internal memory and a few dedicated to enterprise functionality at a price of $ 279. Liliputing has some photos taken live, take a look.