HP Chromebook 14-x040nr (Nvidia Tegra K1/2GB/16GB eMMC/Chrome OS)
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HP Chromebook 14 speaks of itself, for it comes in three lively color options, a long lasting battery life and a colorful display. Also, for every month you even get 200MB of 4G data plus where 3G connectivity is integral. The only flip side is its smaller internal hard drive. The 14-inch display projects every thing offered by Chrome OS with full clarity. Also, the new Chromebook is inspired by Apple's MacBook Air design and comes at a low price. HP Chromebook designs have evolved over the years, but still there is much more of betterment needed in the design to go with the price. On the inside, Chromebooks are beautiful since the software is from Google, but on the outside the hardware is managed by another third party, which happen to be another tech giant. Chromebooks are cheaper substitutes to flagship laptops, so, let's see how HP has defined this Chromebook.
HP's first Chromebook was not very beautiful, for it was black, inexpensive and uninspiring. With this new Chromebook, HP has come up with an idea of giving it an amazing look. HP Chromebook 14 can be availed in Snow White, Peach Coral and Ocean Turquoise colors. Therefore, color is one of the factors that makes its exterior better than the previous ones. A soft matte finish on the white lid and base with dimples are something not usually seen in Chromebooks. The build is plastic, the trackpad is all button less, keys are square chicklet type, and the chassis though inspired by Apple’s MacBook, doesn't come with the same expensive materials. There is a lot of space about the keyboard and a large place to rest your palm. So, it looks nice on the outside than it actually is on the inside.
It is just a millimeter thinner than the Pavilion notebook and heavier than the first Chromebook that was released by the maker. The new book weighs 1.85Kg. Moreover, there are other Chromebook options that come with less weight and so, are better to be bought. The connectivity option is limited but when it comes to charging, the laptop doesn't support USB charging option like the previous chromebook by HP. There is a SD card slot and a USB 2.0 port. Furthermore, there is the 3G micro SIM connectivity offered with an expensive model of the same Chromebook. To the left side, there is a mic/headphone jack, two ports for USB 3.0 and a single port for full-size HDMi connectivity, so HDMI cable can be connected easily.
There are two slim stereo speakers at the base and above them, you will find an average HD webcam having a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels along with flash for those who wants to do night time chatting. HP Chromebook 14 has indeed become an example of the fact that Chromebooks can now look better. The bezel, lid, and bottom of the laptop are all coated with soft-touch finish in playful colors. The deck for every version is made of sand-blasted aluminum. The entirety of it as stated does give off a vibe of MacBook Air. At the center of the lid, there is a HP logo, and another Chrome logo is at the upper left corner. The keys like all versions of Chromebooks from HP are white. The color pops over on all-silver deck. The dimensions are 13.56 x 9.44 x 0.81 inches .
HP Chromebook comes with a 1.4GHz Intel Celeron 2955U processing engine coupled with 2GB of RAM and an Intel HD graphics GPU. The internal storage is just 16GB SSD and rest of the specifications are the same as that of Toshiba's Chromebook, which runs faster than this book. On a browser test by peacekeeper, this Chromebook scored 2771 with 200 points lesser than that by Toshiba's 2920 points. Sunspider test was cleared by this notebook with 408 milliseconds faster that the average scored by many other laptops with 472milliseconds. The reboot power is also amazing with just 6 seconds, which is faster than that of Toshiba's Chromebook. When you surf the web, writing documents and watching videos are all speedy tasks and rest all the works are completed speedily. One can easily render edited photos made in picasa with an in-built photo editior provided by Google.
The Chrome OS comes with 33,614 applications of which Angry Birds and Bejeweled are a few. The OS has been divided into a number of categories by the maker like Utilities, Games, News & Weather, Lifestyle, Education and Business Tools. One can easily play games like Tank Riders and Angry Birds, which would work fine even in an offline environment. Thus, for connoisseurs of games, this laptop works out well.
HP Chromebook 14 sports two ports for USB 3.0, one port for full HDMi size cable plug, one for a combo headphone and another for a mic jack. At the right side, there is a USB 2.0 port, a SD card reader and one port to insert a SIM card to availing its connectivity. For webcam, there is an HP Truevision HD camera that offers correct colors but not really sharp pictures. In video calling, the skin tones look OK.
Screen and Sound
HP Chromebook 14 comes with a 14-inch display having HD resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The display comes out to be of average quality, for you can put your eyes closer to it to spot the dots. But overall, the display is just about OK. The brightness specification is 209 nits but an average laptop display tends to deliver average brightness specification of 244nits. The audio quality delivered by the speakers of this Chromebook situated at the bottom is above average given the price range it comes in. The average laptop delivers a decibel count of 82dB, but this Chromebook delivers a decibel count of 89dB.
HP Chromebook 14 when compared to its rival, Chromebook 2 Toshiba, either ties or wins over in every section - be it connectivity, battery power, sound quality and display. Moreover, the laptop wins over Chromebook 13 from Acer in all these areas.
HP Chromebook comes with good color options and a nice chrome finish
Battery life of the laptop is just excellent and delivers a solid performance
There is support for 3G network
Keyboard is quite comfortable
HP Chromebook 14 offers a really average display to watch with default brightness set to low
Low end materials are used
The laptop is heavy to carry
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HP Chromebook 14-x040nr (Nvidia Tegra K1/2GB/16GB eMMC/Chrome OS) Specifications
Laptop Brand HP
Laptop Type Notebook
Announced 2014, December
Model Number 14-x040nr
Laptop Color White
Lifestyle Everyday Use
Processor Brand NVIDIA
Processor type Tegra K1
RAM 2 GB DDR3L
RAM Frequency 1600 MHz
Operating System Chrome OS
HDD Capacity 16 GB
Screen Size 14 Inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
Screen Type Anti-Glare LED Backlight
Dimensions 13.5 x 9.4 x 0.7 Inches
Wireless LAN Yes; Wi-Fi 802.11 ac
Bluetooth Yes; v4.0
Internal Mic Yes
Graphic Processor NVIDIA
Web Camera HP TrueVision
Pointer Device Multi-Gesture Touchpad
Laptop Keyboard Full Sized Island-style Keyboard
Battery Backup Up to 8 hrs
Power Supply 45 W AC Adapter
Battery Cell 3 Cell
USB Port Yes; 1 x (USB 3.0), 2 x (USB 2.0)
HDMI Port Yes
Multi Card Slot Yes; Micro SD Card Reader
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