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HP Chromebook 14" Laptop (Intel Celeron N3350 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 16 GB eMMC Storage, Chrome OS, White)
- Do more, experience more with plenty of performance and all-day battery up to 10 hours
- Power your device or transfer up to 5Gbs of data, all from just one USB-C port
- HP Dual Speakers and audio custom-tuned in collaboration with the experts at B&O PLAY deliver rich, authentic audio. Let the sound move you
- 14" diagonal HD SVA anti-glare WLED-backlit display
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This entertaining Chromebook provides a seamless Chrome experience and easy access to Android apps via Google Play. Enjoy all the power you need and exciting entertainment features to do more.
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Hewlett Packard Chromebook 14-ca030nr
For work and play. And play. And play.
Stay productive and entertained with the Chromebook 14 through a seamless Chrome experience and easy access to your favorite Android apps via the Google Play Store. Do more, experience more with plenty of performance, all-day battery up to 10 hours, and entertainment features like Audio by B&O Play. Perfect for home, work and school.
Power through the day
Delivers plenty of power to take on your day, thanks to the latest Dual-Core Intel Celeron processor. Get great connectivity, 16 GB of storage, and long-lasting battery life.
The best of Chrome OS
Enjoy access to Android apps right on your desktop. Also Google Assistant. This Chromebook gives you the best of Chrome OS enabling you to go online easily, quickly and securely.
- Reliable processing power
- Liberating battery life
- HP TrueVision HD Camera
- SD and Micro SD card reader
Never worry about spotty Internet and weak connections. Stay powerfully connected to Wi-Fi and to Bluetooth accessories with the latest 802.11 a/c (2x2) WLAN adapter and Bluetooth 4.2.
A truly powerful audio experience
Easily take this thin and light PC from room to room or on the road. When your PC goes wherever you go, staying productive and entertained has never been easier.
HP Dual Speakers and audio custom-tuned in collaboration with the experts at B&O Play deliver rich, authentic audio. Let the sound move you.
This easy-to-use operating system was designed to be fast in every possible way, while keeping you safe and more secure on the web.
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- Fast - to boot up and to use
- Long lasting battery - watched a 1 hr 50 min movie using the built in speakers, battery went from full to 89%
- Sound/Speakers - nice and loud for movie watching for 2 people
- Little to no heat build up when in use or while charging
- Looks nice in white
- Screen looks nice, good resolution
- Charges via USB Type C. This thing will charge from anything. Wall adapter for a Samsung phone? Yep. Normal USB wall plug? Yep. Included adapter? Of course. Power bank? Yep. Basically anything that puts out 5v USB will charge this computer. It does charge at 45w (15V x 3Amps) with the included wall adapter and plug, but you can also charge it from many many other sources. A normal wall adapter for my Galaxy S9+ works just fine, though you do get a "slow charge" message, but it works fine. This message tells you that the device may not charge while in use at the slow charge rate. Fair enough. Oh, and I should tell you I'm a gadget nerd so I measured the voltage and current it uses when charging from anything other than the included adapter. It's 5v (USB) at about 2 Amps, so (5v x 2 Amps) = 10w instead of the 45w the included adapter puts out. So it's about 25% as fast. But, if you charge it overnight (because it lasts all day on one charge), I use the slow method to make it easier on the battery for extended life. Oh, and there are charging (USB C) ports on both sides and either will charge the laptop.
- Plasticy feel (but it's only $300 so....)
- I wouldn't want to drop it on a hard floor, I fear it would break pretty easy, but that's kind of to be expected.
- Would be really nice if the keys were backlit (I know, it's a $300 machine but, one can wish)
Note, I know this sounds like a glowing review, and it is. I bought the Chromebook with my own money at full price and was not given anything by anyone for this awesome review (I did not receive anything from anyone, I have no affiliation, I don't sell stuff or do paid reviews, etc. etc.). I'm just a normal guy and a happy customer.
Edit: After more time with the unit, I've noticed some other issues. The unit will occasionally shut down when closed instead of going into sleep mode. The plastic panel framing the screen is lifting on one side. One several occasions the keypad has stopped working (stopped scrolling up or down, or swiping left/right) requiring a reboot. As to whether this is a particularly below par unit, or is typical of all chromebooks, I can't say. Hopefully mine is a singular case.
Chrome OS is exactly what I expected so far, I would suggest doing your research to know exactly what is it before buying, it is not for anyone and is somewhat limited.
It is fast enough, it boots in a couple seconds, the battery lasts for hours, it charges quickly. I do get some lags probably due to the "low" amount of ram and small CPU, but nothing too irritating.
It has enough ports, I would've liked an HDMI port but oh well.
If you can get this under 300$ and know what you are getting into, I think it's well worth the price and does everything it's supposed to quite well.
So if you need something just to use Google chrome, go for it.
Keep in mind this is not a Windows laptop, this is a special computer that basically gives you access to the internet and apps.