It looks like Chromebooks are here to stay. Leading laptop manufacturer HP accidentally leaked information on their new 14-inch Chromebook Pavilion. The new Chromebook will see the light of day officially on February 17. Specifications are light, as are all Chromebooks, but the machine should prove formidable for most web tasks.
It will come sporting an Intel Celeron 847 CPU, which clocks in at a mere 1.1GHz. Graphics will be provided by an Intel HD GPU. RAM is a mere 2GB of DDR3, which could prove to be a problem if you surf the web like I do. It will store data locally on a 16GB SSD. The 14-inch screen will pump out a resolution of just 1366x768.
As far as connectivity, you'll get three USB 2.0 ports, HDMI out, Ethernet, and an SD card reader. The battery is only 2.55Ah, which is slated to run for four hours and 15 minutes.
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