HP is launching a new pair of Chromebooks next month, one with Nvidia’s K1 processor

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Not to be outdone by Toshiba and Acer, HP today announced a new pair of Chromebooks. Like its current models, HP will be offering two screen sizes, 11 and 14 inches. At first glance, the 11-inch model appears to be a big step up over its predecessor — instead of the ARM-based Exynos processor found in HP’s current model, this new Chromebook will feature Intel’s Bay Trail Celeron processor. It won’t be as fast as the Chromebooks running Core i3 processors, but it should still be an improvement in the speed department.

Another benefit will be the ability to get one of these computers with 4GB of RAM — the older 11-inch HP Chromebook only came with 2GB. Other specs include the expected 1366 x 768 screen resolution, 16GB of storage (plus…

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