Last week Acer unveiled the first Chromebook with a number pad on the right side of the keyboard. A few days later HP joined the party by introducing the new HP Chromebook 15.
It’s a 15.6 inch laptop with a full HD display, a metal cover, a metal keyboard deck, and a backlit keyboard. The laptop measures 0.7 inches thick, weighs about 4 pounds, and it includes stereo speakers tuned by B&O, and two USB Type-C ports.
HP says the new Chromebook 15 should be available soon for $449 and up.
Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.
- HP launches Chromebook 15 Laptop [HP]
More HP launches a 15.6 inch, 4 pound Chromebook with Pentium Gold or Core i processor and up to 128GB SSD for $449 and up.
- BlackBerry KEY2 RED Edition w/128GB of storage now available [Amazon]
BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition smartphones are now available in the US for $700. Same Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB RAM, and QWERTY keyboard as last year’s model, but 128GB of storage (twice as much). And it’s red.
- New Lenovo Tab M10 HD To Launch With Android 9.0 [TabletMonkeys]
Lenovo Tab M10 HD with 1280 x 800px display, Snapdragon 429 leaked, likely to sell less than the $200 Lenovo Tab M10 (which has a 1080p screen and faster processor).
- Smaller, cheaper Nintendo Switch coming this fall [The Verge]
And a more powerful model is set to launch sometime in the future.
- GPD teases a new device [@softwincn]
GPD teases a new product announcement for the SVIAZ trade show in Moscow next week. Based on the silhouette, it looks like an update to the GPD Pocket line of devices.
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