Chromebooks are quite dominant in the education space, and manufacturers have been trying to tap the industry well. In accordance to that, HP has launched four new models in the budget with sizes ranging from 11 inches to 14 inches.
HP Launches 4 New Chromebooks
HP launched 11G8 EE and 11A G8 EE, with spill-resistant keyboards and MIL-STD 810G standard testing. Both the Chromebooks come with an HD IPS touchscreen option and storage options between 16GB and 64GB.
The main difference between the two products is the processor. The HP 11A Chromebook comes with a dual-core AMD APU processor (the 1.8 GHz A6-9220C or 1.6 GHzA6-9120C), while the 11 has dual-and quad-core Intel options (N4000, N4020, N4100, N4120).
The other one is the 2-in-1 HP Chromebook 11 x360; it features a 360 hinge to rotate the screen, powered by Intel Chipsets and even comes with an optional active Wacom EMR pen/digitizer. In addition to that, HP has also added an extra “world-facing” camera.
Taking the budget a notch up, HP’s Chromebook 14 G6, the successor to the Chromebook G5 offers the option of a 14-inch FullHD IPS display, powered by Intel N4000 series processors, coupled with 8GB RAM, paired with 128GB and USB-Type A ports.
Pricing And Availability
The HP 11 G8 EE is priced at $259 (~ Rs 18,444) and it’s available now, while the HP 11A will be available in February, however, prices not announced. The 2-in-1 HP Chromebook 11 x360 G3 EE is available for $299 (~ Rs 21,293), and the 14-inch G6 model starts at $289 (~ Rs 20,582).
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