Google’s #Chromebook started off as a niche product but has since been available more freely. Multiple manufacturers have partnered with Google to launch Chromebooks since then and we’ve seen a variety of devices fitting a wide range of market segments. HP has now released a new budget Chromebook for the markets called the Chromebook 14, carrying a price tag of $249.99.
This comes with the new Intel Celeron N2840 processor and a standard HD resolution display, which is understandable given the price tag. But if you’re looking for a better display panel, HP is also offering the Chromebook 14 in a Full HD display model, so you don’t have to settle for a sub-par display if you’re willing to shell out $30 more.
The Chromebook 14 also has 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a full sized HDMI port, one USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports under the hood. The company also promises a longer battery life here compared to the predecessor. Customers can purchase the new Chromebook 14 in Turbo Silver and Sky Blue color variants starting November 8. Select retailers in the U.S. will carry the device, including the Google Store.