by October 9, 2013 0 comments

Google has added another Chromebook version among its varied line-up, Chromebook 11. This Chromebook, priced at $279.99 (Rs 17,300 approx) is the most affordable model available in the market till date and has been manufactured by Hewlett Packard (HP), which is one of the few vendors that Google has joined hands with for Chromebook.

Chromebook is the low-cost notebook powered by Chrome OS and caters to consumers in US and Europe primarily and made by brands like Acer, HP and Samsung among others.

Talking about the Chromebook 11, it comes with an 11 inch 1366×768 pixels display running on Chrome operating system. Unlike some of the Haswell powered models, this one packs a Samsung made ARM chipset, which enables the Chromebook 11 to feature a micro-USB charging port, the same port which is available on smartphones as well as tablets.

This clearly highlights the advantage of easy portability as you can charge up the notebook with your normal charger chord and the fact that it weighs mere 1 Kg, which is a handful for users with frequent travelling on the agenda.

In terms of other specs, it has 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage along with free 100 GB storage of Google cloud for 2 years. You also have a front facing VGA camera meant for video chats, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a 3.5 mm audio jack and slim video out port as well. HP claims the battery on Chromebook 11 lasts up to 6.5 hours on charge which could come as a hindrance to many.

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