HP has announced a new 13inch upscale look Chromebook and pocket friendly prices. We tell you everything you need to know, including the new Google Chromebook UK release date, price, features and specifications.
Chromebooks have built a solid reputation in recent years as a simple, reliable and very suitable for everyday use machines. One reason for this popularity is that they are often very cheap.
The only advantage available Chromebook is great place Google Chromebook Pixel, but around £ 800, which is a bit of stretch, even for passionate fans. This could be about to change as HP and Google has just announced the new Chromebook 13, a high-end device at a midrange price. We tell you everything you need to know, including the new Google Chromebook UK release date, price, features and specifications.
New Google Chromebook: Introducing the stylish HP Chromebook 13:
Traditionally Chromebooks are plastic and have minimum specifications. This is perfectly acceptable that these two factors keep costs down while offering decent performance in web-centric Chrome OS. With the new HP Chromebook 13 has taken a very different approach.
The body has a brushed anodized aluminum chassis, slim 12.9mm in thinness, and a weight of 2.86 pounds (1.29 kg) which makes it lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Air. Those who liked the industrial design of the Chromebook Pixel will be pleased that this new addition to the family of Chrome has the same thick metal hinge, bulging as their dear brothers.
A Bang & Olufsen logo in the inner case suggest that the speakers of the device have also been optimized to deliver audio quality at B & O Play, a feature that appeared in other recent HP laptops .
New Google Chromebook: Focused on businesses
The Chromebook 13 is certainly one of the most beautiful models that we have seen eyeing yet, and this refinement has much to do with the fact that HP is the corporate market rather than just home users.
This can be seen by the range of ports found in the device. For one, you can find a microSD card slot, while the other side houses two USB ports Quick-C, USB 3.0, openness and the 3.5mm headset always present. Charge the device via the USB-C ports, and the new MacBook and HP also announced the USB-C Elite dock that allows users to run two external monitors with a wide range of standard peripherals such that a mouse and a keyboard.
No new Intel Core internal Skylake-M processors, with options for one of the Pentium, M3, M5, M7 or according to your energy needs. These will be paired with up to 16GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Battery life is also described as being about 11.5 hours, which should get most people through the average work day.
New Google Chromebook: high quality display
Chromebook screens can often leave much to be desired, except in the vivid Toshiba Chromebook 2, but the new HP supply avoids taking such limitations and instead opt for an impressive QHD IPS + screen 13.3in diagonal with a resolution of 3200×1800 in the amount of 5.76 million pixels on the screen.
This seems to be a non-tactile version instead of the multi-touch screen on the Chromebook Pixel, but we believe it is a small price to pay for a very detailed and colorful display. HP does not offer a number of configurations for the Chromebook 13 with the base model, supposedly sporting a 1080p display finishing slightly lower mat specification, but we need to get a hold of before we can confirm.
New Google Chromebook: UK price and release date
For the entry level configuration – that is assuming contain 1080p display, Pentium, and 4GB of RAM – HP application £ 399. The amount of various improvements will cost is not yet known, but more information will be available to continue to update this feature.
HP said that the Chromebook 13 is now available to order from your site, but after a determined look, we could not find a listing for the device. Hopefully this will change soon.