HP is officially entering the Chromebooks market. Earlier today at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the company unveiled the HP Chromebook 14, a new Chromebook lineup that is powered by Intel's Haswell processors.
Yes, this makes the Chromebook 14 the first to tout the promising Haswell microarchitecture which claims to consume less power, hence, improving battery life.
Sporting a 14-inch display, the Chromebook 14 also supports a 16GB solid-state drive and 4G connectivity via T-Mobile (certain models only). Other features include HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and two year's worth of 100GB storage on Google Drive.
Available in different colors, the HP Chromebook 14 is priced at $299.99 and will be available before the holidays.