- Jul 30, 2021
HP already has a certain tradition in the notebook market, since the company was one of the first to invest in this industry. Meanwhile, modernity has given a rebound in some sectors of the company, which began to invest in Chromebooks. Recently, the company announced at the event just before the official opening of CES 2019 its first line of basic Chromebook laptops with AMD processors.
The design of this device stays very close to what is delivered on most Chromebooks, having two USB-C inputs, giving you another option to connect to the device. HP has brought two screen options to the device, the 14-inch display of the most expensive version, features Full HD touch resolution display, this option gives more usability to the user, allowing to use it both as a laptop and tablet.
This is the first time the brand has given up using the Intel processor in these laptop model, and this shows their concern to bring an even more affordable product to those who do not need so much performance for basic activities. The company has made two available processor versions: the AMD A4 and AMD A6.
- AMD A4 / AMD A6 Processor
- 14-inch screen with 1366 x 768 resolution without touch / 1920 x 1080 with touch
- Integrated GPU Radeon R4 / Radeon R5
- Ports: 2x USB-C and 2x USB 2.0
- Memory RAM: 4 GB
- Storage: 32 GB eMMC
- Battery life: up to 9 hours and 15 minutes
- Weight: 1.5 kg
- Dimensions 33.70 x 22.68 x 1.82 cm
Prices and Availability:
HP’s two new Chromebooks – gee and HP Chromebook 14-db0020nr have their main differences on the screen resolution and the AMD processor version that drives the product. The AMD A4 version costs $269, and the AMD A6 version will be sold at a suggested retail price of $299.
There is no official information yet on when they will be available for purchase, but probably this quarter we will have the products on the market. The equipment would be available in Ink Blue, Charcoal Gray and White.