HP and Dell have teamed up to launch a Chromebook for the masses, the first ever from HP and the first for Dell.
The HP Chromebook 10 7000 (also known as the HP 11) will be the first Chromebook to launch for the Dell Chromebook 11 (which will debut later this year).
The Chromebook 10 is designed to take on the Chromebook Pixel and its ilk in a variety of ways, but what it lacks in specs, it makes up for in ease of use.
The Chromebook 10, for example, has a 10.1-inch 1080p IPS display, and it comes with an 8GB RAM, 64GB of storage, and a microSD card slot.
The laptop also has a 13.3-inch IPS display with a pixel density of 564ppi.
The device also features a 16MP camera with optical image stabilization, a USB Type-C port, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The 13.5MP camera also includes optical image stabilization.
The Chromebook 11, on the other hand, will come with a 10-inch 5.7-inch display with 1,280×1,600 resolution.
It comes with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of space, and will run Windows 10.
The display also comes with USB Type C and USB Type A, and the battery life is rated at 10 hours.
Both the Chromebook 11 and the 11 7000 will retail for $499.99.
The Dell Chromebooks will be launching later this summer, so we’ll have to wait for more details to come out about this collaboration.
Until then, we’ll keep you updated on the Dell and HP Chromebooks.