HP's 14-inch Chromebook spec sheet leaked
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According to a leaked spec sheet, HP is set to launch a new Pavilion Chromebook soon. The upcoming portable computer will be the first of its kind (based on Google’s Chrome operating system) to feature a 14-inch display and full-size ports. Unfortunately, there is still no word on pricing and availability as you could imagine, but we will keep you updated when we have more information.
The above-mentioned data sheet indicates that the lightweight notebook is driven by a third generation Intel Celeron 847 central processing unit with two cores (two threads) running at 1.1GHz. In addition, users are provided with a LED-backlit display of 1366-by-768 pixels native resolution, an integrated Intel HD graphics controller, 2GB of DDR3 RAM and a 16GB SSD.
Available in “sparkling black”, the 1.8kg (3.96lbs) Chromebook is reportedly equipped with three full size USB 2.0 ports and an HDMI output complemented by Ethernet LAN, Wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth modules. The laptop measures 0.83-inch at its thickest point (0.81-inch min H) and comes with a 4-cell battery that lasts for around 4 hours on a single charge.
Other specs presumably include dual Altec Lansing speakers, an HP TrueVision HD web camera for video conferencing, full-size keyboard and a built-in Kensington Lock slot for enhanced security.