Now here is a new notebook for all of you out there in the educational circles, as well as folks who are looking for a basically dummy proof notebook to use without compromising on its form and function. Have you heard of the Chromebook from Google before? Well, this time around, Google has enlisted the assistance of the good people over at HP to get started on the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook.
Basically, you can more or less say that the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook would make for the ideal home companion which will be able to offer the kind of built-in security, speed and simplicity which you would expect from a Chromebook, where it will also be accompanied by a brilliant 14” screen. This means you are now able to enjoy your favorite videos, and photos among others in greater detail than ever before, sporting versatile HDMI and USB ports that would certainly make the HP Chromebook a whole lot easier to customize with peripherals. In fact, the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook will measure under an inch thick, and it runs on an Intel Celeron processor.
Since this is a Chromebook, you would know for sure that it will be able to play nice with popular products such as Gmail, Google+ Hangouts, YouTube and Maps that already come built in, delivering what had always been the best of Google at the very tip of your fingertips, always. Not only that, the new HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook would also allow you to take full advantage of 100GB of free storage on Google Drive, which makes it a snap to backup your essential and crucial files in the cloud that would make them accessible from just about anywhere and from other devices.
The asking price ain’t that high either, as it is available for $329.99 a pop in the US at HPDirect.com and at other retailers in due time.