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  1. #1
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    HP Chromebook 14 review

    Colorful gadgets are mostly a ploy, Iím told. Best Buy shoppers may be drawn in by a purple camera or a shimmering orange laptop, but they leave the store with something in black. Iíve heard the same thing from a number of manufacturers across plenty of product categories. And looking around my apartment, Iím as guilty as anyone.

    But the HP Chromebook 14 doesnít come in black, so I was left with no choice but to buy the gadget that first caught my eye ó a big, gaudy, matte pink notebook. Itís the biggest, loudest Chromebook yet, and at $299 itís a remarkably affordable device for what it offers: a big 14-inch screen, a brand-new Intel processor, and all the ports and options you might not expect from a Chromebook.

    Chrome OS is having a moment. Manufacturers around the world are starting to make Chromebooks, and many have promised to bring them out of the bargain basement. A Chromebook could soon become a truly viable notebook, and not just a living room companion or your familyís fourth laptop. On paper, the HP Chromebook 14 is the best attempt yet ó not to mention the most colorful.
    More at The Verge...

    --jeremy

  2. #2
    With my HP chromebook, I was unable to use HDMI port to connect to TV. In setting it does not come up as attached display. Is there a trick to it that I do not know. What is wrong in this case? hardware? software?



  3. #3
    Any trick to solve my problem HP Chromebook.



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