“The HP Chromebook x360 has a 14-inch display, 8th generation Intel Core processors, up to 8GB RAM, and 60Watt-hour battery”
HP has launched the all new Chromebook x360 laptop in India, which runs Google’s ChromeOS. It features four different modes that let users make the best of the Chrome OS and available Android apps. Users can use the Chromebook x360 in the normal laptop mode or switch it to a tablet. The keyboard can also be used as a stand when watching videos or making a presentation. The HP Chromebook x360 is now available for purchase in India for those looking for an all-rounder and powerful productivity machine. The Chromebook also supports installation of Android apps via the Google Play app store.
HP Chromebook x360 price in India
The HP Chromebook x360 price in India starts at Rs 44,990 and will be available for purchase on Flipkart, HP online Store, Amazon, and at over 250 HP stores across 25 cities. HP will provide a free one year subscription of Google One with 100GB of Google Drive storage and unlimited Google Photos storage to customers who purchase the laptop. Add a JioFi device to the package and HP will sponsor 2GB of 4G data for 1 year. Customers will also get prime subscription to all of Jio’s Android apps. Users will also be given an exclusive Meritnation education package that’s worth Rs 35,000.
HP Chromebook x360 specifications
The HP Chromebook x360 features a premium design and uses materials such as anodised aluminium, 3D stamped metal keys on the full-size backlit keyboard, and diamond-cut trim for the touchpad. The laptop is available in Ceramic White and Cloud Blue colours. It comes with a 14-inch FHD display with touch inputs and narrow bezels all around. The x360 is 16.05mm thick and is extremely light as well.
Internally, the laptop is powered by the latest 8th generation Intel Core processors, which is coupled with up to 8GB DDR4 RAM and 64GB of SSD storage. Since most of the work is stored online, you won’t really need a lot of storage. HP has also included custom tuned dual Bang & Olufsen speakers on the laptop, an HD TrueVision camera, two USB 3.2 Type-C ports, headphone/mic port, and 1 USB 3.1 port. All of this is backed up a 60 Watt-hr battery that should last you an entire season of Stranger Things.