HP has recently refreshed its range of Chromebook laptops. The company has released the HP Chromebook 14 G5 and Chromebook 11 G6 notebooks just ahead of the CES 2018 event. Both laptops are targeted at the business and education segment respectively. The laptops are powered by 7-th Generation Intel Celeron processor.
The new HP laptops are based on Chrome OS. These are the low-end computing devices which are aimed at the users who perform basic tasks like document editing and web browsing. There are USB Type-C ports on the device. The users can use Android apps that are available on the Google Play Store.
HP has promised additional durability features on the Chromebook 11 G6 and Chromebook 14 G5 notebooks. The CES 2018 event is scheduled to start from January 9, where HP is about to show off these newly launched Chromebook models. The Chromebook 11 G6 comes with unique design and it has also changed the position of USB Type-C and USB Type-A ports to the upper corners.
On the other hand, the Chromebook 14 G5 offers the ports placed on the edges of the palm rest and not on upper corners. The charging of the laptops can also be done using the USB Type-C ports.
Coming to the specifications, both the latest HP Chromebook models are powered by the 7-th Generation Intel Celeron N processors. The company is claiming that the Intel Celeron N3350 dual-core chipset has power efficiency, whereas the Intel Celeron N3450 quad-core chipset model can be bought with RAM configuration of up to 8GB.
Moreover, the latest HP laptops come with Intel HD Graphics 500 and the internal storage available on the device is up to 64GB. The notebooks have the thickness of merely 19mm. In addition, both the devices have passed the military test MIL-STD 810G.
The users can choose the display configuration of HP Chromebook 14 G5 and HP Chromebook 11 G6 starting at 1366×768 pixels resolution. Also, the users can upgrade to touchscreen HD IPS panel alongside a 180-degree hinge which will allow you to rotate the laptop at 180-degree.