HP releases the new Chromebook 14

January 24, 2016

Specifically designed for the education sector.

While HP continues to deliver more Windows-based notebook, the company still has its full support to Google by release a new Chromebook that is designed to be used for the education sector.

The HP Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition is designed to meet the needs of students and even the educators. It weighs only 1.2 kilograms and the rugged design will help it from occasional bumps it would usually get from sudden drops – even the keyboard is spill resistant.

Additionally, the display can be laid on a flat surface thanks to the special hinge that lets you easily use the Chromebook for collaborative projects. It’s powered by the Intel Celeron processor along with an option to use cellular in additional to Wi-Fi as its main point of data connection.

Powered by the Chromium operating system, the HP Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition takes advantage of Google’s own services and products. Additionally, educators can use the Chrome Management Console so you can manage apps and other services that can be accessed on the device.

by Victor
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff.