HP introduce a laptop powered with Android. After chrome books HP is betting on Android based notebooks. As Samsung recently introduced Chrome book 2 and now its HP move.. Enjoy reading below.
Having joined the Chrome OS and Android party a little late, HP is quickly making those two platforms one of its biggest bets in the PC market. Ahead of Computex 2014s official kick-off, the company has unveiled a new Chromebook, announced the specs for its Chromebox Mini PC and thrown in an Android-based 14-inch laptop too.
In addition, HP also launched a range of Windows-powered devices in the traditional notebook, hybrid and all-in-one categories under its Envy, Pavilion and Slate range.
The new Chromebook ditches Intel internals for an ARM-based Samsung Exynos 5350 processor and features up to 2GB of RAM. All of this is pretty standard for Chromebooks with Samsung chipsets. Disappointingly, HP has retained the 1366×768 display for the 11.6-inch panel, and users will get 16GB of internal storage. If you recall, HP had called back its previous-gen 11-inch model after a problem with the charging port.
The 11-inch Chromebook follows the aesthetics of HPs 14-inch model and is available in two-toned variants. The battery is rated to last just over six hours, while the price tag is an attractive $249.
HP also announced a new Android-based laptop, the SlateBook 14, which features a 14-inch 1080p touchscreen display. Interestingly, its one of the few devices with an Nvidia Tegra 4 under the hood, with the quad-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM.
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