HP unveils two new Chromebooks at the ongoing CES 2018 event in Las Vegas.

The HP Chromebook 11 G6 and HP Chromebook 14 G5 aren’t as flashy as Google’s PixelBook, but it does have its own strengths to offer along with its fairly affordable price tags.

For a start, these laptops feature 7th generation Intel processors and USB Type-C connectivity. While it’s definitely one of the latest chipset series around, it’s only getting a Celeron model paired with Intel HD Graphics 500 which means it’s not meant for heavy computing.

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But it’s not made to target creatives and professionals who rely on processing power anyway. Instead, it sets its crosshairs on students and teachers which doesn’t require much from a laptop.

Both will be configurable up to 8GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage with a default HD (1280×720) resolution. However, the 14-inch variant can be upgraded to Full HD with touch capability in case there’s a need for it.

There’s no mention of pricing information as of the moment, but we expect it to be priced aggressively.

Source: HP

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