HP has launched a new Chromebook which as the company claims is the thinnest convertible Chromebook made by HP. The Chromebook x360 14 has a 360-degree hinge that offers four hybrid positions – laptop, tablet, tent and stand modes.
The laptop is powered by Intel’s 8th-gen Core i3 or i5 processors (clocked at 2.2GHz with boost up to 4GHz) and 4 GB RAM. HP has also added a 64GB of eMMC flash storage and comes with Intel’s Integrated Graphics (Intel UHD Graphics 620). HP claims that the device can give battery backup up to 14 hours which is impressive. The laptop comes with a 14-inch Full HD IPS display and packs B&O dual speakers and a pair of USB Type-C ports along with USB 3.1 connector, and a microSD card slot.
The HP Chromebook is available to pre-order at HP’s online store now and will start at $599 (approx. £460). It’s also up for pre-order at Best Buy and will be available starting October 21 in the US.