Hewlett Packard (HP) has come up with HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook in the direction of going for a MultiOS concept. They say that the idea behind the chromebook is for faster and easier entrance into Google on a 14 inched display. As of now it is the largest chromebook till date and strikes for $329.99 on your pocket.
It is attributed with a Dual core Intel Celeron Processor and has Intel HD Graphics with 4.25 hours of Battery Life. It has a 14” Screen with 1366 X 768 resolution display. Also it has a built-in dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and has Ethernet and Bluetooth 3.0 compatibility. On one side of Pavillion 14, we have dual USB ports, Ethernet, a 2-in-1 memory card slot, HDMI and the Power Button whereas the other one includes the other USB port and audio input / output. The Pavillion 14 is equipped with an HD Camera, 16 GB solid state drive and 100 GB of Google drive cloud storage, valid for two years. In the Pavillion Chromebook 14 Google claims for the users to have the best of Google at their fingertips. So keep Googling!