HP Inc. today announced the HP Chromebook x360 14, HP's thinnest Chromebook convertible device.
The Chromebook x360 offers a premium design and elegance with 3D stamped metal keyboard deck and a diamond-cut trim on the touchpad. An Advanced Electrodeposition (AED) application gives the device's cover a protective and decorative coating, creating a ceramic-like white finish. This maintains the metal characteristic of the Chromebook x360 and provides additional durability and scratch resistance.
For demanding tasks, the Chromebook x360 features up to 8th Gen Intel Core i3 and i5 processors. The device comes with up to 64 GB of SSD storage and up to 8 GB of DDR4. HP says you can also expect long battery life beyond the traditional eight-hour day. The Chromebook x360 has up to 14 hours of battery life.
HP worked with Bang & Olufsen to deliver custom tuning of the dual speakers. The device features a 14-inch diagonal FHD touch display with an ultra-thin narrow bezel (7.5 mm). And the Chromebook x360 also comes with a broad array of ports for connectivity, including 2 USB Type C, 1 USB Type A 3.1, a Micro SD port, and Audio jacks (in/out).
The Chromebook x360 is designed be integrated with the Google and Chrome OS ecosystem. After logging into a Google account on the device for the first time, data and content are readily available, allowing people to take photos on their Android phone and then edit, upload, and share them via the Chromebook x360 and the user's Google drive.
The HP Chromebook x360 14 is available for pre-order beginning today at HP.com for a starting price of $599.