Chromebooks are still alive, and HP has added two new machines to its line-up. Called the Chromebook 11 G6 and Chromebook 14 G5, these laptops run Google’s Chrome OS, which is basically a browser. Google claims that these machines are ideal for the educational market where affordability and low-maintenance matters the most.
The Chromebook 11 G6, as you would from its name, features an 11.6-inch screen. The IPS (In Pane Switching) panel packs in 1366×768 pixels. The notebook uses rubberised reinforced corners to withstand bumps and drops to a certain extent. it is powered by Intel Celeron N3450 / N3350 processor. You get to select RAM up to 8 GB. Internal storage options are 16 GB and 64 GB. It packs in two USB 3.1 Type C and two USB 3.0 full sized ports.
The bigger among the two, Chromebook 14 G5 comes in a matte finish. HP has equipped this laptop with a spill-resistant keyboard. The Chromebook 14 G5 is powered by Intel Celeron N3450 / N3350 processor. You can choose the RAM up to 8 GB. The internal storage options are 16 GB and 64 GB. You can choose 14-inch HD or Full HD screen. The Chromebook 14 G5 offers one USB 3.1 Type C port, three USB 3.0 ports, microSD card slot, HDMI, and Ethernet port.
The Chromebook 11 G6 and 14 G5 are expected to release in February. At this point, HP has not revealed the prices of these Chromebooks.