It would be much easier to work at home online with a cheap HP laptop or with Chromebook desktop. Google introduces new HP laptop for $279 powered by Chrome operating system, HP Chromebook made by Hewlett-Packard Co.
It comes cheaper, thus it looks very simple with a plastic frame with smooth edges or corners and you can find ‘no screw holes’.
According to AP report, unlike Windows and Mac laptops, Chromebooks rely heavily on having a continuous Internet connection to run Gmail, Google Docs and other online services. Many apps don’t run directly on the device but over the Internet.
The devices also have relatively little storage but a 4G LTE-equipped version is planned, as documents, photos and other files are supposed to be stored online instead.
Chrome OS. Chrome’s mission statement is simple: With everything moving to “the cloud,” why have a heavy, expensive Windows or Mac operating system acting as a middleman? Why not just have the browser be the OS? And that’s precisely the reason it shares a name with Google’s increasingly popular Web browser, according to Cnet.com reviews.
The Chromebook Pixel inspired design has a size 11-inch, 1366 x 768 which Google is selling for $279, is available to order from Google Play, Best Buy, Amazon, and direct from HP today. You may also like iPad 5th generation features and specs rumors: iPad 5 and mini 2 release date review.