HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook

HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook is a $330, 4-pound laptop that uses Google's browser-based Chrome OS.
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HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook

The browser-based Chrome OS includes a launcher that can be used to start Web apps the user has installed via the Chrome Web Store. HP's Chromebook uses a 1.1GHz Intel Celeron processor and has a 16GB SSD. At the lower left, where a Windows key would be on a Windows laptop, the Pavilion 14 has the Chromebook search key denoted by a magnifying glass.
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HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook

Windows laptops usually come with little stickers showing the operating system. Chromebooks have a Chrome logo built directly onto the case. This side of the Chromebook has most of the ports.
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HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook

The Pavilion 14 Chromebook has a two-button trackpad, unlike Samsung Chromebooks that opt for the buttonless design Apple first popularized on its MacBook designs.
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HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook

The back of HP's Pavilion 14 Chromebook.
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