The Chromebook 11 features an 11.6-inch IPSdisplay that is capable of 176-degree viewing angles, presumably making it suitable for watching videos even in odd angles. Google and HP also designed the laptop to be lighter, just 2.3 pounds, and very portable, thanks to its support for USB charging. That means that you can also charge your Android phone or tablet.
The Chromebook 11 is also made to please your ears, as its speakers are strategically placed under the keyboard to produce a clearer and direct sound. And, lastly, since it's Google, expect Google apps to be deeply integrated into the device. It even comes witha 60-day free trail of Google Play MusicAll Access and two year's worth of free 100GB Google Drive cloud storage.
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