HP is the latest manufacturer to make an elite Chromebook with more power than most users probably need. The new HP Chromebook x360 14 G1 debuted ahead of the start of CES today. It’s a premium Chromebook designed for commercial customers, and, indirectly, it was designed to compete with high-end devices from Dell, Lenovo, and others.
While not as flashy as Spectre laptops, the Chromebook x360 14 G1 sports an all-metal design that’s akin to the Elitebook series. At 16mm thick and 3.7 pounds, HP didn’t make this Chromebook as premium as it could have, but the design is suitable for business users and anyone who wants a generally nicer-looking Chromebook.