HP starts sales of Chromebook 11

The famous maker of mobile devices and computer hardware Hewlett-Packard has started the market sales of its latest product – the Chromebook 11. The device comes in a thin chassis that measures just 17 mm and weight of less than one kilogram, which is really light. The notebook has an 11.6-inch display that works at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution

Inside the HP Chromebook 11 has an Intel Celeron 2955U processor that runs at 1.4 GHz and has 2 MB of L3 cache memory, Intel HD graphics and low TDP of 15 watts. The new notebook also has 2 GB or 4 GB of RAM depending on model and needs. There’s also a 16 GB SSD complemented by 100 GB of Google Drive space for two years. There are USB 2.0 ports, Wi-Fi 802.11n , Bluetooth, Ethernet and more including Beats Audio, a web camera with 720p of resolution as well as 3.5-mm audio jacks.

HP asks USD 300 for the new notebook and gives a one-year warranty.


Source: HP

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