Having teased it back in September, HP this week added a touchscreen variant to its third-generation 14-inch Chromebook lineup in the US, priced at $440.
If you've been holding out for HP's new Tegra-based 14-inch Chromebook there's good news for you: the device is now available to buy from a number of retailers in the US and the UK, including Argos.
The second generation HP Chromebook 14, which uses an Nvidia Tegra chipset, is now available for pre-order in the UK and the US priced from £229/$299.
It's turning out to be quite the week for Chromebooks. Yesterday Toshiba made a pair of upgraded 13-inch Chromebooks official. Today HP is getting in on the fun with a few announcement of its own.
The HP Chromebook 14 and Acer's C720 Chromebook have made appearances in both companies' official websites for Canada.
Chromebook video commercials are fun, lively affairs and the latest effort by HP to promote their new devices certainly sees that trend continue.
Can't decide which of HP's new Chromebooks to buy? The following video, which pits both devices against one another, might help you make up your mind.
If you're interested in buying a HP Chromebook 14 you might want to give the following unboxing video a watch.
At least one variation of the HP Chromebook 14 will offer up the holy grail of Chromebook options: a backlit keyboard.
If you’re in the market for a new Chromebook you’ll want to put November 3rd in your diary – it’s the date that HP’s colourful new Chromebook sees release in both the US and the […]
The HP Chromebook 14 has been priced at $299. It will also come in a range of colours, sport a 16GB SSD & offer 9.5 hours of battery life.