Chromebooks, which are netbooks powered by Google’s Chrome Operating System, haven’t exactly taken the world by storm. Recent figures show that just 0.02% of web traffic comes from such devices. However, HP could be about to change that, or at least give Google good reason to get just a little bit excited about the future of their laptop OS.
HP first mentioned the Pavilion 14 Chromebook three months ago but it has taken until today for it to hit shelves and start selling. In fact, visit the Dixons or HP Store Online today and you can pick up one of the devices for £249 today. Continue reading