HP is to unveil two Chromebooks, new entrants in the market. While one of them has an 11 inch display, and the other a 14 inch display, which are said to be available in multiple color options. The two new Chromebooks are said to have lightweight framework and an ultra slim design.
The 11 inch Chromebook, unlike the predecessors from HP uses Intel’s Bay Trail Celeron Processor, and the 14 inch Chromebook uses NVIDIA Tegra K1 Processor, the latest from Intel. The 11 inch device comes with 16 GB eMMC, which can be paired with 2 or 4 GB RAM, and a 14 inch variant has the 16 or 32 GB SSD. The cloud storage available is of Google’s 100 GB.
Connectivity options available are 3G, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, webcam and Bluetooth. The battery life of both the models can stand up to 8 hours, though they are designed to be ultra slim. The resolution of 11 inch model is 1366*768 pixels, and a 14 inch model’s resolution is yet to be revealed by HP.
The gadgets are to be launched in October, with the 11 inch model priced $279.99, and a 14 inch model priced $299.99.