HP Pavilion 14-inch Chromebook Chromebook for the U.S. market

HP and Google have for the U.S. market, jointly announced a so-called Chromebook. The unit is shipped with Google’s Chrome OS and turns with a screen size of 14 inches and to customers who are flirting with a cheap laptop off the wide windows mass.

The display of the HP Chromebooks with the model name Pavilion 14-c010us triggers with 1,366 x 768 pixels. Thanks to the 14-inch form factor, the manufacturer has installed full-size keyboard. Under the hood is an Intel Celeron processor of the type 847, which is clocked at 1.1 GHz, and 2 gigabytes of RAM and 16 gigabytes of internal flash memory put to the side stand.

Quite similar as with tablets and smartphones, even with the Chromebook concept specifying the amount of memory is not directly related to a conventional Windows-based PCs is similar. Google wants the HP pavilion g4 battery Chromebook users namely persuade store as many files and documents on our own servers and treats them with so buying an 100 GB data volume for the cloud storage solution Google Drive (2 years free).

The key feature of the HP pavilion g6 battery Chromebook is its 14-inch 720p display, which is a bit larger than the screens found on Chromebooks from Acer (11.7 inches), Lenovo (11.6 inches) and Samsung (11.6 inches or 12.1 inches).

Screen size aside, the HP pavilion g7 battery ’s feature set largely parallels those of its rivals. There’s a dual-core Intel Celeron processor inside, 16GB of built-in flash storage, Wi-Fi connectivity, an 720p camera sitting above the display and a minimum of ports: three USB 2.0, one HDMI and an SD card slot. The most notable downside is battery life. HP is listing the Pavilion Chromebook’s battery life at a mere 4.25 hours. When compared to the six hours of batteries each of Samsung’s two Chromebooks, and Lenovo’s ThinkPad Chromebook offer, HP’s juice is disappointing. Acer’s Chromebook, with a battery life of about 3.5 hours, has an even bigger low-power problem.

The 1.8-pound HP pavilion g5 battery Chromebook features, as well as other representatives of this product category, through no optical drive, but can come up with a HDMI output, Ethernet port, a card reader and three USB 2.0 ports. In addition, the device supports Wi-Fi b / g / n and Bluetooth. The battery capacity is 2550 mAh, according to the manufacturer, making the Pavilion will hold 14 about 4 hours away from a power outlet.

According to the data from HP pavilion dv8 battery and Google, the Chromebook in the United States is available at a suggested retail price of 329 U.S. dollars now. If and when the device will be on sale on the German market, was previously not experienced by officials.

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