HP Chromebook14 carries Intel’s latest Haswell CPU within
Where do you turn to when you want a highly affordable notebook that gets the job done as well as handles all of the basics in a cinch, such as checking your email, reading 9gag, and booking movie tickets? An Ultrabook might sound like overkill if you are on a tight budget, and since netbooks have more or less gone the way of the dodo, perhaps it is time to try something different. Have you ever considered picking up a Chromebook instead? HP has just announced their latest entry into the Chromebook market by introducing the HP Chromebook14 to the masses which offers powerful performance as well as a new connectivity option.
The HP Chromebook14 is special because it happens to be the first Chromebook that is powered by an Intel Haswell processor, all the while offering fast access to the web so that you are able to tackle tasks even when you are on the move, alongside optional 4G for enhanced connectivity. In a move that some might say follow Apple’s footsteps, the HP Chromebook14 would also arrive in an array of eye-catching colors.
The HP Chromebook14 would allow you to hook up to your favorite websites in a matter of seconds, where it acts as a gateway to the Google experience, including Google Chrome apps such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive and Google+ Hangouts. Not only that, automatic software updates ensures that the browsing experience remains fast, fluid and current. Your eyes will definitely be soothed by the 14-inch diagonal high-definition display, while for on-board storage, a 16GB SSD gets the job done. Other connectivity options include HDMI, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, where those are accompanied by a combination headphone and microphone jack.
Without any contracts or commitments, select models of the HP Chromebook can come with up to 200MB of free data each month for two years of fast 4G mobile broadband service on the T-Mobile network. The HP Chromebook14 is tipped to arrive Stateside at select retailers before the holidays from $299.99 onward.