Monday, May 19th 2014

HP Chromebox Specifications Revealed

Back in February HP announced it was working on a Chromebox (ultra-compact system running Google's Chrome OS) but it didn't say all that much about what hardware it's going to have. Thankfully now we're closer to the actual release of the Chromebox and documentation has popped up on HP's website detailing the upcoming desktop offering.

The HP Chromebox measures 126 x 124 x 39 mm and it packs a 1.4 GHz Celeron (2955U) or 2.1 GHz Core (i7-4600U) processor, 2/4/8 GB of DDR3L memory, a 16 GB M.2 solid state drive, integrated graphics, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, a 3-in-1 card reader, Realtek ALC283 audio, plus HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. Early listings have the Celeron/4 GB of RAM-equipped Chrome OS box going for $200 while the Core i7/8 GB version is priced at $660.

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4 Comments on HP Chromebox Specifications Revealed

TPU addict
$660 HAHAHA......
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AsRock said:
$660 HAHAHA......
It's an i7 with 8gb, basically the same box as intel's NUC which is usually north of 700$. Not that I'm defending HP or anything. Not really a big fan of their consumer products.
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I know hp and Intel are really close but i would have like to see these box made with AMD apu instead.
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Hopefully this will be a Minix Neo X7 that can handle a nice XBMC theme AND playing 1080p/5.1/24fps video
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