Google based utilitarian device
Display and design
The all new chromebook from HP houses a 14-inch HD SVA flat WLED Brightview Display that supports a maximum display resolution of 1366 x 768 Pixels and offers you a good visual experience with enriching brightness and contrast levels. The laptop boasts of its slim makeup. It is built within a stylish white chassis with a slim waistline of 21.6 mm and weighs 1.9 Kg. Thus the well built design it very easy for you to carry the laptop and access it on the go. The Input peripherals spotted in the chromebook are in the form of a Clickpad with Multi-touch Gestures Support and a Full-size island-style Chrome OS keyboard.
Processor and OS
On the inside, the HP 14 G1 (H6Q28EA) Chromebook is loaded with a 4th generation Intel Celeron Dual Core 2955U processor clocked at 1.4Ghz. Mated with the CPU is a 4GB RAM in a 1 x 4 Gigabyte memory layout which works at a speed of 1600 Mhz. The RAM can be further extended up to 8GB via one SODIMM memory slot. The integrated Intel HD graphic processor takes care of the video processing needs of this laptop and also provides an efficient service for playing games but don't expect it to score high in games with intensive graphics. The chromebook runs on the 64-bit Google Chrome Operating System.
Camera, storage and multimedia
The HP 14 G1 (H6Q28EA) Chromebook flaunts a HP TrueVision webcam which along with dual array digital microphone ensures smooth handling of video calls without causing disturbance due to noise. The device falls short as far as storage is concerned. The primary storage of this device comes in the form of a 32GB SSD drive to allow you to store your important data on it. The stereo speakers incorporated in the chromebook runs on HD Audio Solution software and provides good entertainment.
Battery and connectivity
The HP 14 G1 (H6Q28EA) Chromebook is juiced by a 4 Cell Li-Ion battery that claims to render an undisturbed service for a decent amount of time. From the connectivity and networking point of view, it is loaded with features like Wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, one USB 2.0 slot, two USB 3.0 slot, HDMI port and Digital Media Reader.
The chromebook does not support high-end applications, gaming and intense image and video editing sessions and best is suitable for e-mails, web browsing, and word editing. With a rich Google based web experience, lightweight, sleek and portable design, decent configuration, good connectivity options and backed by a powerful battery this device allows you to work on the move and is cost effective too.