The Google Pixel Event is going to kick off today, and we are expecting a bunch of gadgets. One of them is Google Pixel Slate; A Chrome OS tablet working on Intel 8th-Gen processors. Amidst all the craze, it seems like other manufacturers are not going to stay behind.
Today, Asus and HP, both have announced their new Chromebooks. Let’s take a closer look:
HP Chromebook x360 14
This is the third addition to the HP Chromebook x360 series. With a 360-degree display and a thickness of 16mm, the HP Chromebook has an all-new design.
On paper, the device comes with 8th Generation Intel i3 or i5 processor, paired with 8GB RAM and 64GB SSD. Other than that, the HP Chromebook has enough ports to get through your daily needs. It has two USB Type-C ports, a standard sized USB Type-A port, and a microSD slot too.
As far as the battery is concerned, HP promises 14 hours of battery on the Full HD display. The 14-inch display has a 1920×1080 touchscreen, coupled with a Front-facing HD camera. HP Chromebook X360 14 will be available from October 21st starting at $599.
Asus Chromebook C423
Asus Chromebook C423 comes in two variants – a 14-inch non-touch 1366 x 768 display and 1920 x 1080 display with touch. On paper, the device carries an Intel Celeron dual-core N3350 or Pentium quad-core N4200 processor. It has 4GB and 8GB RAM options.
Asus Chromebook C423 will provide 10 hours of battery life. The device has a stunning 14-inch up to FHD NanoEdge display, coupled with 5.8mm bezels. Also, Asus Chromebook can be laid flat on the surface with 180-degree Hinge.
For connectivity, there are two USB Type-C ports, two regular USB ports, and a full-size SD card slot. Asus is yet to reveal the price of their new Chromebook.