HP’s New Chromebook 13 With Longer Battery Life
On 28 April-2016, Hewlett Packard revealed its new HP Chomebook 13, an ultra slim and thin Chromebook for using in the home and office. HP recently benchmark for thinnest laptop with a new SPECTRE and Now HP is making another Chromebook. A modern, all-metal design measuring only 12.9 mm thin. It’s design partnership with Google and it looks relatively premium.
HP Chomebook 13 is the first Chromebook to use 6th generation Intel Core M processors. If you pay more, then you will get a choice of Core M3, M5, or M7 CPU, with up to the 16GB of RAM, and a 13.3 inch diagonal QHD+ (3200 x 1800) resolution in-plane switching (IPS) display. It is brushed aluminum construction and 12.9 mm thinness pretty much scream “high-end”.
This new HP Chromebook 13 comes with Bang and Olufsen-tuned speakers and also featuring 2 USB type-C ports, a plain old USB 3.0, a microSD card reader, a headphone jack as well as full size keyboard that felt nice and clicky and other accessories. It weighs is about 3 pound (1.29 kg).
HP chromebook has 11.5 hours battery life on a charge of the 45 watt hour battery, which is similar to what Apple’s new MacBook achieves. its display looks good even in a bright room, and its speakers get amazingly loud for being inside such a small package. Another features are Lucid Sleep, Multi-layered security, HP Print for Chrome.
This new HP Chormebook is now available for pre-order and shippment will start in month of May and it starts at just $499.