Just over a month after launch, HP’s newest Chromebook is already available to buy for less than £200 in the UK.
The colourful, ARM-based notebook has had £30 slashed off its recommended retail price of £229 at a number of leading online retailers.
Powered by a Samsung Exynos chipset, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of eMMC storage, the device is also notable for using an IPS display to provide fantastic colour reproduction and viewing angles – resolving the main issue that previous low-end devices have been criticised for.
Less than £200
Launched barely one month ago it’s a little surprising to see the device discounted already.
Amazon UK have the device listed for just £199 – a saving of £30 from the RRP.
Currys/PC World are matching this price indirectly, offering between £30 cash back on the purchase of this Chromebook, (and between £20-30 on all other Chromebooks) purchased between now and December 4th, 2013.
Although not on offer, Argos has recently begun stocking the latest Chromebook models, including the HP 11.
US Pricing Nothing Special
For US reader things are a little less tempting at present. BestBuy are selling the HP 11 at full RRP ($279), while buying from Amazon US will save you a mammoth (sarcasm) $0.99.
Roll on Black Friday, right?