By Rob Boggan
In what seems to be a moved aimed at creating a bit of distance between the PC giant and Microsoft's Windows, HP announced a new Chromebook computer to it's lineup today. The HP Pavillion Chromebook rocks a pretty standard set of hardware specs for the up and coming complimentary machines to your laptop or desktop PC. It packs a pretty good punch as far as features and isn't too crazy on the pockets, as it'll only set you back $330.
On board specs include a 16 GB solid state hard drive, 14 inch brightview LED display (1366 x 768), and weighing just under 4 lbs the HP Pavillion Chromebook sounds like it would be a dream machine for sure. Add that to the fact that you also get 3 USB ports, an HDMI port, and 100 GB of Google Drive storage free for two years, and you have a machine that instantly stands out from it's counter parts. Definitely sounds like something I'd be into for sure.
Check out the HP Pavillion Chromebook, and if it looks good enough to you, head on over to the HP Pavillion Chromebook page and snatch one up before they're all gone.