HP Announces Chromebook with screen resolution of 3200×1800 pixels at

Apr

29

2016

HP on Thursday its high-end Chromebook 13 G1 announced for the business market. In its most comprehensive implementation of the laptop gets a m Core processor, 16GB of RAM and a screen resolution of 3200×1800 pixels. The simplest configuration costs US $ 499.

According to HP, the Chromebook 13 G1 designed in collaboration with Google and the model would seem to be a cheaper alternative to Google’s own Pixel. The starting price of the Chromebook is US $ 499 and for that money buyers get a Pentium 4405Y, 4GB memory and fullhd resolution in a fanless housing of aluminum with a thickness of 12,9mm and weight of 1.38 kg.

More expensive versions have the 3200×1800-pixel resolution and up to 16GB of memory and core m processors whose m7-6Y75 is the most powerful. There is 32GB EMMC v5 storage memory. HP laptop with a USB-A 3.1 interface, two USB-C ports, a memory card reader and speakers equipped with Bang & Olufsen. Chromebook can be combined with the C Elite USB Docking Station and a tmp 1.2 module to include hardware encryption available. There is also support for WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 ac.

Like the Pixel features HP laptop on backlight the keyboard but unlike Google’s own laptop is a touch screen not present. Last week, details on the specifications already be on the streets by HP. In the US, the laptop with Chrome OS currently available in April, but when the model is coming to the UK and at what price is unknown.

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