HP Introduces the Entry-Level Chromebook 11

Among laptop users, Chromebooks are known as a direct gateway into the Internet and cloud services. Hewlett Packard has recently announced the availability of the new Chromebook 11. For only £180, users can get many advanced features previously available on high-end Chromebook models.

HP’s new laptop is certainly a great alternative for consumers who consider the £820 Chromebook Pixel is ridiculously expensive. The sleek, plastic frame Chromebook 11 has no screw holes and sharp edges. Unfortunately, the speakers are positioned below the keyboard, resulting in muffled sound, since it is directed away from users.

Its 11.6-inch display offers 176-degree viewing angle and at only 1kg, the laptop is quite light to carry around inside the bag. Like any budget model, the display doesn’t support touchscreen feature and the resolution is relatively low. It also comes with only 16GB of internal storage compared the Pixel at 32GB.

As an Internet-centric device, the Chromebook 11 also relies heavily on stable Internet connection to access Google Drive, Gmail and other online services. Since the device has very limited storage, many apps and multimedia content are stored, executed and viewed online. Like any new Chromebook users, consumers get 2 years of free 100GB of cloud storage and 2 months trial period of Google Play Music.

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