HP officially unveiled Chromebook x360 14, a new portable device based on the Chrome OS operating system featuring a convertible “Premium Design”. HP Chromebook x360 14 is the thinnest in its class and, unlike other models, offers a fairly large display, a 14-inch full-HD IPS panel with multi-touch support; like other products of the same line, it offers a 360-degree rotating display and four different modes to use.
The lines of the new HP Chromebook are simple and elegant, the chassis is coated with a particular methodology called AED (Advanced Electrodeposition) which gives the device’s cover a protective and decorative coating, creating a ceramic-like white finish.
Turning to the hardware configuration, however, HP relies on the 8th generation Intel Core processors (up to Core i5), coupled with 8GB of DDR4 RAM and 64GB SSD storage. We find an HP Wide Vision HD webcam with digital microphones, the B&O PLAY audio system as well as Bluetooth 4.2 and WiFi AC connectivity on board. As for battery life, HP declares 13 and a half hours, without specifying in which area of use.
HP Chromebook x360 14 will be available from October 21 through the manufacturer’s website as well as on BestBuy online store, starting at $599.