HP Chromebook 11-v000na 11.6-Inch HD Laptop (Ash Grey) - (Intel Celeron N3060, 2 GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Intel HD Graphics Card, Chrome OS)
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- The slim design and 12.45 hours of battery life1 give you attractive power and superb all-day portability, ideal to take along and show off wherever you go
- Chromebooks run Chrome OS for a fast, simple, secure computing experience; it loads in seconds and gives you easy access to all your Android Apps and Google Drive content
- With an 29.5 cm (11.6 inch) diagonal HD display, you can comfortably enjoy the view from any angle with clarity and high video quality
- Store your photos, documents and videos in the cloud with 100 GB Google Drive (2 year subscription included)
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Lean, mean, amazing machine. This Chromebook was built for everything you do online. Chrome OS makes getting connected and getting things done effortless. It’s easy to use, fun to show off, and perfectly portable with power to last all day. Amazing, isn’t it? Designed to move. The slim design and 12.45 hours of battery life1 give you attractive power and superb all-day portability, perfect to take along and show off wherever you go. Chrome OS - Chromebooks run Chrome OS for a fast, simple, secure computing experience. It loads in seconds and gives you easy access to all your Android apps and Google Drive content. Brilliance on display - With an 29.5 cm (11.6") diagonal HD2 display, you can comfortably enjoy the view from any angle with perfect clarity and great video quality.
HP Chromebook 11-v000na & Power Adapter
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HP Chromebook series
- Product Colour: Ash grey cover, ash silver keyboard frame
- Wireless connectivity Intel 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2 x 2) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 Combo
- Ports: One HDMI, one headphone/microphone combo, two USB 3.1 Gen 1, one microSD media card reader
- Webcam: HP TrueVision HD Camera with dual array digital microphone
HP Chromebook 11-v000na
Lean, mean, amazing machine.
This Chromebook was built for everything you do online. Chrome OS makes getting connected and getting things done effortless. It’s easy to use, fun to show off, and perfectly portable with power to last all day. Amazing, isn’t it?
- Display: 29.5 cm (11.6") diagonal HD SVA anti-glare WLED-backlit (1366 x 768)
- Processor: Intel Celeron N3060 (1.6 GHz, up to 2.48 GHz, 2 MB cache, 2 cores)
- Memory: 2 GB LPDDR3-1600 SDRAM
- Storage: 16 GB eMMC, 100 GB Google Drive (2-year subscription included)
- Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics 400
- Operating System: Chrome OS
- Power: 45 W AC power adapter
- Battery: Type 2-cell, 43.7 Wh Li-ion
- Keyboard: Full-size island-style keyboard HP Imagepad with multi-touch gesture support
Top Customer Reviews
A Chromebook might look like a laptop, but it isn't. Research them before buying, as you might be disappointed by their limitations. If you can live with doing everything in Chrome, then I heartily recommend this one.
Build quality is excellent, the keyboard is really good (although a little quirky; the small enter key, for example) and the battery life is fantastic with easily 10 hours usage. It boots from a cold start in less than 15 seconds, and is not a lot bigger or heavier than a decent sized tablet.
For the price, it's really is faultless.
Description claims you can run Android Apps, which comes close to false advertising. Firstly, you need to update the OS and so it doesn't run Android Apps out-of-the-box. Secondly, you need to put it into dev mode, which is essentially experimental: it even gives you a warning that it might not be stable.
Battery life on first charge seems to be meeting expectations, it might reach the claimed 12 hours,
I'm not expecting this to be a laptop replacement or even an android tablet replacement, it's somewhere in between when surfing on the sofa.
Click and drag requires a physical click then drag rather than a touch click and drag that's been the norm for Windows for a while - I couldn't get Google Maps to scroll at first. The same with selecting text, you need a physical click then select. Two finger gesture instead of right click works fine, but takes some getting used to.