HP 14" 16GB Chromebooks (2014 Model)
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Unknown (Thursday, Apr 09 to Tuesday, Apr 14) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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I got the 2013 model for my Mom about a year an a half ago from woot. She absolutely loves it and has completely stopped using her windows desktop. She still talks about how great it is after over a year. Highly recommended for the right user.
I’ve got a refurb HP 14" Chromebook, HSPA+ with Free Lifetime 200MB 4G and am SO happy with it!
I use it daily for work. I use an online property management package with no issues. I use it to generate monthly reports, print PDF’s, edit docs and spreadsheets. Just everything one would want to do.
I use the online Google docs and the free Office Online apps.
I’ve got a couple of other laptops and I must admit to an affection for Windows 7 Pro, but the Chromebook has been my main workhorse.
I got one of the $99 Black Friday laptops from Staples with Windows 8.1 and I noticed that it acts a lot like a Chromebook in that the user is expected to use the online apps. I don’t know if this is the “future” of computing but I also have a Woot NAS so storing sensitive files is not an issue.
One could also use thumb drives or one of the increasingly less expensive portable external drives to store stuff as well…
Oh and it’s perfectly cromulent for stalking TT!
You have the Intel model the current sale is for the NVIDIA Tegra K1 model.
Is there a VGA output? I see the HDMI, just wondering is anyone knows if there is a VGA one as well…
Which would be a better chromebook in terms of performance, this one or the one on sale few days earlier http://www.woot.com/offers/hp-11-6-dual-core-chromebook-3?
No VGA connector but you can buy HDMI-to-VGA adapters. You’ll lose the sound off the HDMI, of course.
And…your point is?
i have the 2013 Intel model. These are very useful and given a good I ternet connection vary fast.
I cannot understand why they wouldn’t t put 4GB RAM in these though. It would cost only a few dollars more. The ones last year had 4GB and tmobile cellular data for the same price as this is now.
I would recommend waiting for a 4GB version. You can’t upgrade the RAM in these. If you are a one or two tabs open person it won’t make a difference, so it’s okay to buy this.
Yeah- I also like the Intel offering much more. I could care less about the 200mb of free internet. The K1 is a great ARM processor, but the Intel 2955U is better and more versatile especially if you are considering anything with crouton/ Ubuntu.
here is the Intel one for the same price:
if you want to spend $30 more and get the 4GB RAM, then get this one:
Hewlett Packard HP Chromebook 14-Q029WM Intel Celeron 2955U X2 1.4GHz 4GB 16GB SSD 14’’ ChromeOS (Snow White)
This would be my favorite one. For about $236 (total shipping included)
Well, that succinctly clears up my questions–thanks!
Your post reminds me of the Woot of old…well-researched and concise.
Today’s my birthday. You folks need to send me one just because…hey! I haven’t been banned in like months!
I own this model in white.
Great for using web-based applications. Boots up very quickly.
Just got mine last Wednesday. No VGA output.
Best Buy offers the 3-lb. Toshiba CB35-B3340 Intel Celeron 2.16GHz 13.3" 1080p LED-Backlit Chromebook in Silver for $299 with free shipping. (Amazon offers it for the same price.) That’s the lowest total price we could find by $20, although we saw it for $20 less on Thanksgiving. It features an Intel Celeron N2840 2.16GHz dual-core processor, 13.3" 1920x1080 LED-backlit LCD, 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, 802.11ac dual-band wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, and Chrome OS 64-bit.
Do “we” have a link slickdeals?