The laptops like chromebooks have basically caught up with Windows laptops in terms of form factors and convertible 2 in 1 well-represented among Chrome OS machines. This HP Chromebook x360 14c is updated for the year 2021 with the 11th Generation Intel Core CPU.
This laptop is not so cheap that users are prepared to accept the poor build quality, especially for the Chrome OS machine. HP has made a Solid machine like the Dell XPS 13 that sets the quality for premium laptops. It is stiff than the Asus Chrome Book Flip C536 and other 14-inch Chrome OS convertible 2 in 1, which costs the same and is likely HP’s most relevant competitor.
This Chromebook x360 14c laptop is designed conservatively in a dark silver color with only the Chrome Hp logo on the lid to break things up. The display bezel on the laptop is thin and on the other side fairly sized up. HP is smaller than Asus chromebook flip C536. It is thicker at 0.73 inches, and its weight is 4.3 pounds.
It is the 11th generation Dual-core i3 1125G4 CPU that should be plenty fast for the chrome. It has 8 GB of RAM and a fast PCIe 256 GB SSD. It is an overall fast and efficient laptop and has might be the fastest benchmarks scores in the database. It is two in one laptop and it is fast enough for demanding productivity workflows.
DISPLAY & BATTERY LIFE:
It is the 14 inch full HD IPS display that is touch and pen-enabled. For the usual working, it is bright enough having 250 nits and it is not going to overcome very bright ambient lighting. The colors are pleasant and watching Netflix and viewing pictures were fine. On each side of the keyboard 2, upward speakers are present and audio production is clear highs and mids with the touch of bass.
It has the 58-watt hour excellence of battery, which should many for the Chrome OS laptop with a 14-inch display and low power CPU. This laptop lasted just 7.75 hours in a web browsing test where the Chrome OS machine usually performs the best. Overall it is an attractive and well-built Chrome OS and 2 in 1 Chrome Book.