Chromebook, known for their comparatively low cost and fast start-up times, are becoming increasingly popular nowadays. Samsung Chromebooks are number one in the laptop sales on Amazon, following them Acer's Chromebooks are also selling briskly.
Earlier this week, Lenovo announced their all new Chromebook for schools. Now, the multinational information technology corporation HP is all set to make an entry into the Chrome OS based device arena. According to The Verge latest report, a PDF file has been spotted in the Hewlett-Packard's website, which leaked information on what seems like specifications for an upcoming laptop running on the Google's operating system, Chrome OS.
According to tech insiders, the PDF was first put up on the website and latter removed. Thus, now the question arises, was the PDF file an accident or was it a deliberate stunt. Interestingly, HP reportedly had no comments on the same.
Although, nothing is in written, about the case, let us go over the speculated specs of HP's upcoming Pavilion Chromebook.
According to the PDF file, the Chrome OS based laptop will pack a 1.1GHz Celeron processor, 2GB RAM, and a 16GB solid-state drive. The device will also throw in a 14-inch, 1366 by 768 pixel display, which is larger then any other cromebook out there yet. Other features of the laptop includes a multi-format digital card reader, three USB 2.0 ports and an HDMI port and HD webcam. However, the laptop will only have four hours and 15 minutes of battery life.
With HP, Samsung, Lenovo and Acer entering the Chrome-wagon, what do you think? Will Google's Chrome OS overtake in Windows 8 in the coming future? Gives us your views in the comments section below.