HP today announced the launch of its latest Chromebook notebooks in India– HP Chromebook x360 14 a, powered by Intel® Celeron® processor. The all-new addition to the Chromebook portfolio is designed to meet the needs of school students aged 4 to 15, supporting them to stay connected and creative regardless of whether they are at home, in the classroom, or in a blended learning environment.
The HP Chromebook x360 14a features an exceptional battery life of up to 14 hours (HD), which is ideal for today’s mobile-first generation. Additionally, the combination of a beautiful and adaptable x360 hinge, a 14 HD Touch Display, and an 81% screen-to-body ratio provides rich appeal and engaging content consumption while also improving browsing performance and productivity. The x360 convertible hinge enables flexibility by allowing students to use the device in the form of a tablet or laptop.
Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP India Market said “With the increasingly important role of PCs in today’s hybrid learning environment, we are introducing the new HP Chromebook x360 14a designed to provide digital learners with the performance that they need for everyday tasks.
This portable powerhouse is lightweight, slim and offers great value to our young students.” With versatility and mobility as the key focus, the new HP Chromebook x360 14a is built to deliver top-notch performance. It features a fanless design for a quieter, more comfortable computing experience.
For video calls, it supports a wide vision HD Camera (88°) and Wi-Fi5 as connectivity options. HP Chromebook x360 14a is packed with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage to meet the various storage requirements of modern customers. The device is available in Mineral Silver, Ceramic White, and Forrest Teal colours and weighs about 1.49kg. The HP Chromebook x360 14a features a full-size keyboard with the Google “Everything” Key for easy access to search and several keyboard shortcuts for a more immersive experience, making it an excellent choice for early learners.