HP's cheapest laptop... - Review: HP Pavilion Chromebook

Review: HP Pavilion Chromebook

HP's cheapest laptop...

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At £249, the HP Pavilion Chromebook is the cheapest laptop from HP. The price buys an Intel Celeron powered 14 inch laptop with a full size keyboard,  three USB ports, an HDMI connection for an external monitor, SD card slot, 4 GB memory and 16 GB SSD.

The Chromebook does not run Windows. This could be good news, but it also means it cannot be used as  a normal laptop. Instead, the HP runs Chrome OS, an operating system that uses the Google web browser as its user interface.

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