The HP Chromebook 14 is a notebook with a 14 inch screen and Google’s Chrome operating system. HP has released a few versions of this laptop over the past few years, but the latest model is the first to feature an ARM-based processor instead of an Intel chip.

The HP Chromebook 14 G3 is now available for purchase from the HP business website for $299 and up. Interestingly the company’s consumer website still says the laptop is coming in “late October.”

Update: HP seems to have temporarily pulled the “buy now” links, but you can pick up the new Chromebook at Walmart for $299.

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An entry-level model with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of solid state storage, and a 1366 x 768 pixel display sells for $299. HP also offers models with up to 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

For $429 you can get a 4GB/32GB model with a full HD, 1920 x 1080 pixel touchscreen display.

Each model features 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. And each measures 13.5″ x 9.4″ x 0.7″. The model with a touchscreen weighs 3.95 pounds, while th enon-touch models weigh 3.78 pounds.

The notebooks feature HDMI ports, 1 USB 3.0 port and 1 USB 2.0 port, a 37Wh battery, and each model comes with 100GB of free cloud storage from Google Drive for 2 years.

via OMG Chrome

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15 replies on “HP Chromebook 14 with NVIDIA Tegra K1 now available for $299 and up”

  1. I am waiting for a machine with the a 64bit version of the Nvidia K1. That should be a terrific processor for a low-power/ultra-mobile notebook to replace my XE303.

  2. i’m also especially even more interested in arm and amd, since i really can’t in good conscience forgive intel for their pulling ads from gamasutra literally due to pressure from infantile gamergate “men’s rights” misogynists, unless they reverse that decision. they haven’t. i think it’s good to focus on alternatives, which this site has always been so good at doing. the gamergate weirdos seem to be very focused on attacking leigh alexander’s writing, who is brilliant. i really hope there is some solidarity among journalists happening ( current situation: https://www.engadget.com/2014/10/03/intel-gamergate-gamasutra/ )

  3. Why does it matter whether it is 64 bit or not if you cannot upgrade the RAM?

    1. the 64 bit version has 2 cores that can match the 32 bit quad core because they’re so darned fast each. Since you don’t tend to load huge numbers of Web pages in parallel the 64 bit chip will give a better user experience.

  4. if its not the 64 bit version I strongly suggest people pass it up and go for one of the intel models instead. Even if its the 64 bit version I probably would suggest the same.

    1. x86 is like internal combustion engine cars: horribly inefficient and outdated but due to the enormous amounts of money put into their development and financial and marketpower of their manufacturers the only universally viable option available to perform the tasks they’re used for.

      …also i agree, get any intel one! -.-#

    2. The 64-bit cpu from NVidia will be about as fast as a intel haswell celeron. The 32-bit is about as fast as intel baytrail. If you want fanless, you need the ARM or baytrail, but the baytrail doesn’t come with a 192 core gpu. If you want fanless and good battery but really want faster cpu, wait a while for the 64-bit ARM, as it is pin compatible with the 32-bit.

  5. Why does HP think it can charge $429 for FHD model when the Acer/Samsung/Toshiba FHD models are much cheaper – the Toshiba is $329 I think?

    1. Well, isn’t it obvious why? THEIR offerings have an HP-Logo on them, none of their competitors can boast that.

    2. They don’t think. That’s the problem.

      But I think this has to do with it being Tegra K1

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