HP Chromebook P0B79UT#ABA

HP Chromebook P0B79UT#ABA

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The HP Chromebook P0B79UT#ABA is an 11-inch laptop with an Intel Celeron N2840, 2Gb of RAM and 16Gb of internal storage, 11.6-inch screen and 1 USB port 3.0, 1 HDMI, HD webcam, and a headphone jack.

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  • Catherine Walker
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "I was in the market for a small, lightweight laptop and this HP Chromebook just called my name. The anti-reflective coating is a savoir when using it on the go. I barely even notice it when I add it to my bag! "
  • Eugene Freeman
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "So, I've seen a lot of reviews for Chromebooks, and it seems that there are two factors. First, there is Chrome OS. If you don't like Chrome OS, you probably shouldn't get a Chromebook at all. Next, if you do like Chrome OS, you'll need to decide if this is the Chromebook for you. CHROME OS --- (if you already know you want a Chromebook in general, skip to the next section) What you have to understand is that Chrome OS is a VERY minimalistic operating system. Essentially, it's the Chrome browser and any extensions that you put on it. If you're like me and can do everything through a web browser, Chrome OS is a godsend. You can access the whole Google ecosystem, as well as MS Office Online for your office needs, and Pixlr for light photo editing. The OS is well-designed around the browsing experience, with a choice between full-screen and windowed modes. You can also turn any webpage into an app with it's own window and place in the taskbar. You also get a completely new login for everyone who uses your computer, and can link the login to your Chrome browsers elsewhere. What can't you do? You basically can't install anything that isn't a Chrome extension (Android apps are coming, but only to certain machines, and I'm not sure how touchscreen apps will work on a device without one). This means no native Office, no PhotoShop, and no intense games. You CAN put Linux on your Chromebook, but you're probably better off spending extra money for a machine that can be more easily converted. The bottom line: if you need to mainly access the Internet, get a Chromebook. If you need to do more desktop stuff, go with another OS"
  • Christopher Jimenez
    Written on February 19, 2018
    "The HP Chromebook 11" Laptop is one of the better HP laptops I have used. It is sleek and has an attractive design. It has a good weight to it and feels well built. The SSD is a great feature, but it is a bit lacking in RAM and the screen is a tad small for my liking. It isn't the fastest, but it is compact and convenient at a good price."
    Alexander Mills
    Written on February 15, 2018
    "I did a lot of research for the best HP laptops to get. I narrowed it down to the HP 11 inch chromebook. It's pretty great. It takes a bit of getting used to, if you've been using Windows for a while. But once you get the hang of the chrome OS, you'll quickly realize that it's very refined and simple. "
    Catherine Phillips
    Written on April 30, 2019
    "Well obviously this does a lot and is good for programming and one of the better HP laptops in my opinion. The SSD is really one of the best features. Also i got used to the speed although its not the fastest and I trust this HP laptop for programming"
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  • Joseph Hunter
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "HP Chromebook is a laptop that i recommend to everyone. It is very affordable and has great features that will make it seem like an expensive laptop."
  • Vincent Bailey
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "So, I've seen a lot of reviews for Chromebooks, and it seems that there are two factors. First, there is Chrome OS. If you don't like Chrome OS, you probably shouldn't get a Chromebook at all. Next, if you do like Chrome OS, you'll need to decide if this is the Chromebook for you."
    Mildred Reid
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "So, I've seen a lot of reviews for Chromebooks, and it seems that there are two factors. First, there is Chrome OS. If you don't like Chrome OS, you probably shouldn't get a Chromebook at all. Next, if you do like Chrome OS, you'll need to decide if this is the Chromebook for you."
    Christine Cunningham
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "I adore my HP Chromebook and it's a fantastic value for the money. It won't work for gaming but it's perfect if you're looking to browse the internet and send some emails. "
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  • Shirley Rogers
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "The HP Chrome book is a great laptop for its usb drive that allows me to save family reunion pictures onto my flash drive. It also allows me to utilize my mp3 player in order to add musicMusic to it."
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  • Henry Reid
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "I was looking for a lightweight laptop that I could carry to and from school in my backpack while riding my bicycle, but it was hard to find anything decent under 1.4kg. This HP laptop ended up being a good option though. Not too expensive, but brand name quality."
    Arjun Rathore
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "GOOD RATED LAPTOP. VERY IMPORTANT IN THIS GENERATION"
  • Miguel Ángel Carbajal
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "I wanted an HP laptop with an ATI Radeon graphics card, as I've had good luck with those in the past, and I generally like HP customer support and warranty repairs. A tech-savvy friend of mine suggested I try the HP Chromebook P0B79UT#ABA, and he was able to tell me where to get one at a terrific price. I picked it up, but sadly it had a defective power supply. I returned it, and in the meantime I became enamored with another laptop. I can't really say how well it would have worked if it hadn't been a lemon, or how common that defect is. Seemed like it might have been okay."
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