ads 728x90

HP jumps into the wagon Chromebook

After Samsung, Acer and Lenovo, HP is the fourth largest computer manufacturer to swap the operating system Windows cons of Google, namely Chrome OS.


Consumers looking to purchase a cheap notebook now have the choice between four manufacturers Chromebook. Latest, the HP Pavilion Chromebook is based on an Intel Celeron 1.1 GHz, 14 inch display, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of flash storage. It still weighs 2 kg ... The interest is growing since Chromebook Google has partnered with Samsung to launch the first notebook running this operating system in 2011.

Samsung now has two models Chromebooks in wallet, and the cheapest costs just 200 $. Acer also makes a 11 inch in the same price, and Lenovo announced that he would unveil a targeting teachers and students.

One of the great advantages of this operating system is that it works with the cloud. The browser is essentially an extension of Google and users simply open their Internet session to access the online office applications, Apps.

With the Chromebook, PC manufacturers are trying once again to pass Microsoft and its expensive software licenses. by separating from Microsoft, they can offer computers with less powerful processors (thus cheaper), less RAM and storage space of smaller mass. Consumers seem to start the bait. Chromebook sales already account for between 5 and 10% of PC Acer sales in the United States.

HP jumps into the wagon Chromebook HP jumps into the wagon Chromebook مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 10:00 PM تصنيف: 5