HP has this week unveiled their new HP Chromebox which has been designed to be a desktop replacement and offers easy setup, web browsing and the ability to access and load Google applications such as Gmail and Google Docs.
Features of the new HP Chromebox include 4 x USB 3.0 ports for keyboard, mouse or peripherals, together with HDMI, DisplayPort and Bluetooth connectivity
HP says their new HP Chromebox will be launching in the spring of this year in the US, but as yet no pricing or exact hardware specifications have been released as yet. Although if you are looking for a little bit of power, there will also be a HP Chromebox in the range that is powered by a 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor. HP explains:
“Transform virtually any screen in your home into a Google Chrome PC, with Google Play, Google Drive, and all your favorite parts of the web. And for work, meet the Chromebox that transforms the way you do meetings. A small box, with big power to go fast and do it all in the cloud.
Want to get the Chromebox off your desk? You can securely mount the Chromebox to your wall or to the back of your monitor using standard VESA mounts. This petite little package can also snugly fit into your home theater, and it’s small enough to pop into a travel bag (in case you wanted to set up shop while on vacation.)“
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