PCMag.com announced from Google today that Google is partnering with HP to release their latest Chromebook PC, the HP Pavilion 14, as of today Feb. 4, 2013. It will be available via HPDirect.com for $329.99 and in the coming months big box retail stores will carry the new Chromebook.
A Google Chromebook is not to be confused with a laptop. The Chromebook is not a laptop it's a portable version of a PC running Google's Chrome browser and software programs. With a Chromebook you get the power of a PC and the portability of a laptop. The Google Chromebook HP Pavilion 14 is the latest entry into their product line.
It features a dual-core processor, 14 inch screen, a bright display, dual band Wi-Fi, and 4 and half hours of battery life with continuous use. A few other great media features of this item include an HD camera, 16GB solid state drive, and 100GB of Google Drive cloud storage which isvalid for two years. This Chromebook comes preloaded with all the best items Google has to offer including, Gmail, Googleplus, Hangouts, YouTube, Maps, and much more. Now it's ready to go right out of the box.
Furthermore Google Chromebooks are becoming increasingly popular in schools everywhere for children, parents, and teachers to be able to communicate quickly and effectively in our, connected everywhere, media driven world. Google recently announced that their Chromebooks are now in over 2000 schools in the United States, which is twice as many as three months ago. The children and students of the future will be learning their reading, writing, and math on Chromebooks and the heavy textbooks of past years will be a distant memory, that we will happily forget.