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Like The HP Chromebook 11 Wallpaper? Here’s Where to Download It

The HP Chromebook 11 Wallpaper

The HP Chromebook 11 Wallpaper

If you’ve read anything about the newly-launched HP Chromebook 11 then you can’t have missed seeing its colourful geometric wallpaper in product images and screenshots.

But where can you download it?

Like every other Chrome OS wallpaper, the geometric wonder, which is credited to Sebastien Gabriel and Andre Stubbe, is available to download on any Chromebook or Chromebox –  just fire up the Wallpaper Picker (right-click on the desktop to quickly open it up) and select it from the ‘All’ or (confusingly) ‘Nature’ section.

But if you don’t own a Chromebook, or like the pattern so much that you wish to use it on your other devices, you can grab it from the Chrome OS public wallpaper archive.

It’s a hefty 2MB download, clocking in at a Pixel-friendly 2560 x 1700 resolution.

I will point out that the “legality” of downloading the drape on anything other than a ChromeOS device is a bit of a murky area. The manifest file for the wallpaper neither specifies a copyright or restriction policy.

Want it? Right-click on the button below and choose ‘Save Link As…’ to nab a copy for yourself.

Download the HP Chromebook 11 Wallpaper (2560×1700)

  • Miguel Ripoll

    Thanks!

  • Georgi Karavasilev

    This is faaaaaaabulous.

  • http://drgeorge.org/ ricegf

    Your next to last paragraph emphasizes the importance of specifying a license for EVERYTHING you publicly release. If you don’t care what people do with your work, don’t just omit the license – please specify the creative commons zero (cc0) license instead. Or pick another license that suits you.

    Thanks so much for sharing well!

  • Patrick McCoy

    Great wallpaper. I’d like to see Chrome pushing out more of these dynamic wallpapers.

  • name

    when can we get some live wall paper?

  • Davide Milano

    where is this “Chrome OS public wallpaper archive”?

  • Mohan

    Very nice wallpaper, just noticed how it has the whole Ubuntu color scheme going.