Last one out of the Kinjaverse, turn out the lights.
Last one out of the Kinjaverse, turn out the lights.
Illustration for article titled HP Chromebook11

I'll be honest that I'm still not sold on the whole ChromeOS thing, even as I concede more and more that most of my day to day activities are done online.


With that said, Google and HP just announced the, white-macbook clone, Chromebook11 which among other things charges with a micro-usb, and comes in 5 adorable colors.

I'm really not sure who this is meant for. I do love the design, is just that at this point I feel like my ipad mini does what this computer is meant to do, and that is a internet browser at hand. I'm wondering if anyone uses a chromebook as their everyday computer, and how it works with things like printers, cameras, and other common peripherals. Also, how one deals with changing online services. I guess if your favorite online photo-editor gets bought or goes under you just find a new one.


HP Chomebook11 Basic Spec:

  • Samsung Exynos 5250 1.7 GHz
  • 16 GB Solid-State Drive
  • 11.6-Inch Screen IPS
  • 2.3lbs
  • Chrome, up to 6-hour battery life

$279 includes 100gb of google cloud storage for two years, 12 in-flight GoGo wifi sessions.


More info over at The Verge & Engadget (I guess giz didn't get an invite or I missed the post all together) ETA The Verge Video Review.

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