Google – the American multinational electronic company launched a new Chromebook for school going children back in March, known as the Chromebook x360 11 G1 Education Edition, which is manufactured by the HP. And now the HP has recently launched another Chromebook that is perfect for classroom use and also available to the public. The newly arrive notebook touted as the HP Chromebook x360; yes the company has shorted its name.
HP Chromebook x360 is a rugged laptop and features an 11.6 inches Full HD capacitive touchscreen display, which is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass layer. It is a two-in-one laptop, means whether you want simply a traditional laptop or wants to use a tablet; it is perfect in offering durability.
On the software front, the newly arrive Chromebook is powered by the Intel Celeron dual-core processor, which is having a clock frequency of 1.1 GHz. The notebook is equipped with 4 gigabytes of RAM along with 32 gigabytes of eMMC built-in storage. If you need more storage to store your data, files and more, so you can put a microSD card for storage expansion.
The connectivity options include two USB Type-C ports, a USB 3.0 port, and a headphone jack as well. The Chromebook x360 packs a larger and powerful battery which claimed to provide 11 hours of battery life on a single charge. For now, there is no information about others features and specs.
If you are interested, you can grab this HP Chromebook x360 laptop for an amount of $299 through retailer stores, including Amazon, Walmart, and Costco. The laptop is available in two color options, namely Smokey gray and Snow white.