HP Chromebook 14 (Neon Green) review: fresh colors
18 January 2015
Summary: For around 300 euros you get a very nice colored laptop, created for Internet use. HP has thus put an interesting choice on the market for those looking for a simple computer with internet access.
Conclusion: Gareth takes a quick look at HP’s larger Chromebook, the 14. Easily the best looking of the larger Chromebooks the 14 has a number of differences over the other Chromebooks on the market whilst delivering the same Chrome Operating System experience.
Summary: - HP's Chromebook 14 certainly solves a number of problems that plagued its Chromebook 11 thanks to faster processor, USB 3.0, HDMI and SD card slots. Much of this is attributed to the larger size afforded by its 14-inch display which is also is worst feature as it provides less color, brightness...
Summary: Consumers looking for something more mobile would be better suited with the smaller and lighter 13-inch Toshiba Chromebook, which lasted even longer on a charge. But for its intended audience the HP Chromebook 14 is an excellent choice.
Excerpt: Colorful gadgets are mostly a ploy, I’m 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. I’ve heard the same thing from a number of manufacturers across plenty of product categories.
Pros: Cool color options, Excellent battery life, Solid performance
Cons: Terrible display, Definite low-end materials, Heavy
Conclusion: One of the few places a person can buy an HP Chromebook 14 is WalMart where they cost $349.99 for the T-Mobile version. Amazon sells the Wi-Fi only version with just 2GB of memory for $245.95, but buyers will wait 2-3 weeks for shipment.
Pros: Great battery life, Excellent keyboard, Usable trackpad, ChromeOS is simple to use, Easy to sign into account and it shows user content, Attractive design
Cons: Great battery life, Excellent keyboard, Usable trackpad, ChromeOS is simple to use, Easy to sign into account and it shows user content, Attractive design, Dim display, Can only install web apps, No VGA output
HP Chromebook 14 (with 4G) review: Solid performance in a plus-sized package
23 October 2013
Summary: The Chromebook 11 may be the gold standard when it comes to display, design and build quality among low-cost Chromebooks, but the Chromebook 14 (4G) isn't terribly far behind. And from its stepped-up performance to the expanded connectivity options it presents, the computer packs some pretty...
Conclusion: The answer? That totally depends on your needs. Where the thinner and lighter 11.6-inch models are easier to pack and take with you, making them much more travel-friendly, the bulkier Pavilion 14 is more suited for working around home or the office.
Pros: Strong performance, Swappable battery, Attractive price (with online rebate), Reasonable port selection, Excellent speakers, Good Webcam
Excerpt: Chromebooks are increasing in popularity. We've seen some interesting products from Samsung and Acer in this category, and today we will look at the HP Pavilion Chromebook. An average price of 320 euros for a 14-inch, 1366x768 laptop is very affordable.