Hp Chromebook 14 (2 Years 3G) £236.43 with code & TCB  - FREE NDD @ HP store
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Hp Chromebook 14 (2 Years 3G) £236.43 with code & TCB - FREE NDD @ HP store

£236.43HP Deals
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Found 7th Aug 2014
HP Chromebook 14 £269
HP Discount until 15th AUG £20 (USE CODE: CHROME at checkout)
Potential Cashback via TCB £12.57
Next Day Delivery £0

(Silver/Blue/Red)

4GB Ram (read up on chromebooks, this is sufficient enough... i manage well on 2gb its NOT windows or mac... consumes far less resources)
Intel® Celeron® 2955U processor (dual core 1.4ghz)
14" display @ 1366x768
16gb SSD
1 HDMI
1 headphone-out/microphone-in combo jack
1 USB 2.0
2 USB 3.0

EDIT: 3G is up to 250MB p/month and has NO Contract -> you will not be charged when its finished

The Chromebook 14 without 3g is £250, so effectively your getting a better model for less, suggested 9.5 hour battery life (real is probably somewhere between 5-6 from expereince from my hp 11 chromebook)

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It's actually worth mentioning that the 3G is up to 250MB a month.

read up on chromebooks, this is sufficient enough... I manage well on 2GB … read up on chromebooks, this is sufficient enough... I manage well on 2GB it's NOT Windows or Mac


The amount of RAM you need depends much more on the user than the operating system (yes, even with ChromeOS).

chromebook.net/mor…htm

In thewirecutter.com’s test, with 15 open tabs simultaneously, they p … In thewirecutter.com’s test, with 15 open tabs simultaneously, they pitted a 2GB HP Chromebook 14 and a Toshiba Chromebook against a 4GB Acer Chromebook. The results were that 2GB Chromebooks took 15 seconds longer to switch tabs and 45 seconds longer to reload older tabs than the 4GB Chromebook. On the 4GB Acer, there was no delay in switching between tabs at all.There were also slight faults in 2GB Chromebooks such as the jerky scrolling in a loaded tab while trying to load a new tab as well as video stuttering when switching between full screen and windowed Youtube and Netflix videos. The 4GB Acer is crowned as the only Chromebook that could smoothly and quickly run a research session with multiple tabs AND stream video without issues.4GB Chromebooks should really help if you’re in the habit of opening a lot of tabs on your browser and watching a lot of videos. 2GB models tend to be a bit sluggish if you run multiple tabs especially those who use Chromebooks for video streaming purposes which inadvertently need more processing power. Though, if you’re using a Chromebook just for some casual browsing, a 2GB Chromebook is the choice for you as it costs a little less than its 4GB sibling.



plus.google.com/114…hJY

Chromebase update 3. 8GB of RAM and this thing goes from dog to awesome. … Chromebase update 3. 8GB of RAM and this thing goes from dog to awesome. Very responsive!



It's just as well the HP Chromebook 14 comes with 4GB RAM because it's soldered to the motherboard and therefore non-upgradable. 2GB definitely wouldn't be enough for me.

Original Poster

read up on chromebooks, this is sufficient enough... I manage well on … read up on chromebooks, this is sufficient enough... I manage well on 2GB it's NOT Windows or Mac

In thewirecutter.com’s test, with 15 open tabs simultaneously, they p … In thewirecutter.com’s test, with 15 open tabs simultaneously, they pitted a 2GB HP Chromebook 14 and a Toshiba Chromebook against a 4GB Acer Chromebook. The results were that 2GB Chromebooks took 15 seconds longer to switch tabs and 45 seconds longer to reload older tabs than the 4GB Chromebook. On the 4GB Acer, there was no delay in switching between tabs at all.There were also slight faults in 2GB Chromebooks such as the jerky scrolling in a loaded tab while trying to load a new tab as well as video stuttering when switching between full screen and windowed Youtube and Netflix videos. The 4GB Acer is crowned as the only Chromebook that could smoothly and quickly run a research session with multiple tabs AND stream video without issues.4GB Chromebooks should really help if you’re in the habit of opening a lot of tabs on your browser and watching a lot of videos. 2GB models tend to be a bit sluggish if you run multiple tabs especially those who use Chromebooks for video streaming purposes which inadvertently need more processing power. Though, if you’re using a Chromebook just for some casual browsing, a 2GB Chromebook is the choice for you as it costs a little less than its 4GB sibling.

Chromebase update 3. 8GB of RAM and this thing goes from dog to awesome. … Chromebase update 3. 8GB of RAM and this thing goes from dog to awesome. Very responsive!



The point was to stop people being fooled into the same way most people fall into bigger numbers is better, and never settle for good enough end up spending £200-300 more then they need i.e if you had a windows 7 pc with the same hardware, you feel the difference in performance. i have a 2gb ram intel atom netbook which couldnt smooth scroll even if i overclocked the gpu. but for those of you looking for deeper information deffo check out the above
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