Chromebook is a personal computer running in Chrome Operating System. These computers are basically designed to work while connected to Internet to use web hosted applications.
In this growing market of Chromebook, the world leader company in manufacturing and selling laptops, HP has launched their own Chromebook which is named as HP Chromebook 11.
HP Chromebook 11 is 1.04 KG in weight, has only 16GB of internal memory which runs the softwares on Chrome Browser which were running locally on Windows or Mac OS. Unlike traditional laptop chargers, it uses Micro USB chargers just like all other Android devices. It has 6hrs of battery backup.
Even though it has less internal memory space, Google offers a 100GB storage of Google Drive which is free for 2 years. It is available at a price of $279.
The device features 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 processor, 2GB of DDR3L RAM and has 11 inch IPS display with 1366×768 resolution and 176-degree viewing angles. It has two microUSB ports, a headphone-microphone jack, wifi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a webcam.
HP Chromebook specifications are
Processor: 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 processor
Display: 11 inch IPS display with 1366×768 resolution
Memory: 16GB internal
Camera: VGA Webcam.
Battery: Up to 6 hours of active use.
60-day free trial with Google Play Music All Access, and $9.99/month pricing after that
100 GB Google Drive cloud storage, free for two years
Deep Thakkar is a Software Engineer, a tech blogger and a passionate writer in the field of technology. Obsessed with the customization possibilities of the Android phones, the ongoing stuff in the Cricket world, the changes in the world of technology, he keeps himself connected to the web for the entire day, of course except when he’s dozed off!