Earlier this week, I reported a $2,165 price for the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook, thinking it was a top-end configuration. Boy was I wrong.
I figured the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook price would be higher than most people expected. Today I found an Enterprise model listed for $2,165.
Don’t buy the HP Chromebook X2 11 the full retail price of $599. It’s on sale for $349, which is a far better value for a Chrome OS tablet.
Last week, I noted that the highest-end HP Chromebase configuration retails for $769.99. Today I see a $100 discount on the HP Chromebase, making the cost a little more palpable at $669.99.
Although it was announced in August, I just received the newest Chromebase. Here’s my HP Chromebase AIO 21.5 unboxing and first impressions.
Based on the configuration you want, the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook cost may be more than you expect. Here’s why.
I recently reported a bug introduced in Chrome OS 97 causing Chromebooks to not print to HP printers. Today, Google merged a fix for the Chrome OS 97 printer bug after testing the solution.
Likely related to a recent software Chrome OS 97 update, users are reporting that their Chromebook won’t print to an HP printer. Here’s the status and a workaround.
The new HP Fortis 11 G9 Chromebook and HP Fortis 14 G10 Chromebook are designed for student use, have an LTE option and start at $349.
Did you miss out on the $200 discount seen on the HP Chromebook x2 11 Chrome OS tablet earlier this month? You patience has been rewarded with an extra 10% of savings. The recently launched, $599 HP Chromebook X2 11 can be had for $220 off.
HP is taking orders for the previously announced HP Pro c640 G2 Chromebook. This follow-up to last year’s model gets newer 11th-gen Intel processors but you’ll pay a pretty penny for it.