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HP unveils its new colorful Chromebook 14, will retail for $299

HP unveils new Chromebook 14 at IFA 2013, features a colorful exterior and will retail for $299 this holiday season (NYSE:HPQ, NASDAQ:INTC, NASDAQ:GOOG)

| Laptops News | Posted: Sep 12, 2013 1:21 am

IFA 2013 - Earlier today HP releases the Chromebook 14, an Intel Haswell based Chromebook that will be available in three distinctively vibrant colors. The new Chromebook 14 will feature a 14-inch screen, 16GB of built in storage and will include 2 years of free 100GB Google Drive cloud storage.

 

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Connectivity includes an HDMI port, one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port. 802.11bgn Wi-Fi is included and HP will toss 200MB of free T-Mobile Data per month for 2 years. HP says that we will see the new Chromebook 14 hit store shelves this holiday season and it will retail for just $299.99. For a basic internet surfing, email checking, photo browsing device, it is hard to beat the $300 price tag, but at the same time, there are Android tablets with much more internal storage for the same pricing point.

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