Google has come along in heaps and bounds when the company started to put its name to software instead of its search engine. Who would have thought four years ago that Android would become the force it is now.
With the success of Android it was rather obvious that Google would get in on the desktop action and along came Chrome browser and OS. The success of these has been pretty good, but nothing like we have seen with Android. However, that did not stop Google partnering with some big named brands to come up with Chromebook.
The range of Chromebooks is very different to Windows and Mac laptops because they give you more freedom, along with budget friendly pricing. We already know of several models, with the Chromebook Pixel being the best there is.
Today we thought we would take a look at the HP Pavilion C2K17UA#ABA Chromebook, which is powered by a 1.1 GHz Intel Celeron processor. Some of the other features include 2GB of RAM, 16GB SSD, and 14-inch screen, HP TrueVision HD Webcam, up to 4-hour battery life on one charge, and a full-size island style keyboard.
HP understand that the C2K17UA#ABA is not going to win a beauty or speed contest, but the laptop could come out on top in terms of its price. You will not get much change from $280, but if you are vigilant then you might be able to make a saving or two this month.
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