HP Launches Chromebook 14 With 1080p Touchscreen Display

By Anuj

Hewlett ­Packard (HP) has released a new edition of its Chromebook 14 with a Full HD touch screen. The newly announced Chromebook 14 is retailing with a price tag of $439 or Rs 27,657 in the US.

HP has not officially announced the new model, but it is already selling the device on its official website. The new model sporting a 1080p FHD touch screen is currently restricted to North America.

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HP Launches Chromebook 14 With 1080p Touchscreen Display


The latest version of the 14­inch Chromebook 14 is powered by an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, paired with 4GB of RAM. It also sports a healthy 32GB of internal storage. Connectivity options on the Chromebook include USB 3.0, HDMI port, Wi­Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

The original 14­inch Chromebook features a 14-­inch HD non­touchscreen display with a 768x1366 pixels resolution. It comes with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

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It's not clear whether HP has any plans to launch the 14­inch FHD touch­enabled premium Chromebook in India. So far, Google's Chromebook devices have failed to make a huge dent amongst Indian buyers.

Steep pricing and tough competition from Windows­operated machines are some of the reasons why Google hasn't able to expand the availability of Chromebooks in India. Ironically, Chromebooks are doing way better in a number of developed countries.

In Q3 2014, IDC (via The Financial Times) notes that Google shipped 715,500 units of Chromebooks to U.S. schools while Apple shipped 702,000 iPads.

Source - HP

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