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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Reviews
Updated:
2015-03-04
Testseek has collected 76 expert reviews for HP Chromebook 11 G3 and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
72%
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techradar.com/au/
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2015-03-04
The Chromebook concept – the idea of a stripped-down laptop that runs nothing but a web browser in the form of Google's Chrome OS – has up till now usually been about cheap, commodity computing.It's been about manufacturers clustering around a low price p...
Good Wonderful build (for the price), Excellent screen with rich colours, Crisp, responsive keyboard, Smooth performance, MicroUSB charging...
Bad Chrome OS limited, Battery life not amazing, Needs unusual monitor adapter, Trackpad concerns...
Bottom line You first have to work out if you want or could conceivably come to tolerate Chrome OS, and then you have to work out whether the HP Chromebook 11 is the right Chrome OS machine for you. We can't answer the first question for you – we've come actually rea...
90%
tweaktown.com
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2015-03-04
We're getting a chance to take a look at HP's Chromebook 11: a lightweight and portable notebook that features Google's browser-based Chrome OS, and SlimPort technology. The Chromebook 11 makes use of an ARM processor, which should provide long battery l...
Bottom line So, at the end of this review, I'm left with mixed feelings. Yes, the Chromebook 11 has beautiful styling (most definitely stolen from the mid-2000s MacBook). However, performance-wise, I'm left wanting. It's nice that the system is completely fanless an...
87%
pcpro.co.uk
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2015-03-04
After the company's first stab at a Chromebook earlier this year, the HP Chromebook 11 could only be an improvement. And what an improvement it is, with the company delivering the most compelling Chromebook we've seen, aside from the executive toy that is...
Bottom line A remarkably accomplished piece of hardware for the price; it's our new Chromebook of choice...
83%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2015-03-04
Google and HP have joined forces to create an officially designated Chromebook. Is this a great way to take your world online for under $500? Google is teaming up with quite a few companies lately to build what it sees as the best examples of its dev...
Good Very good looking small laptop; MicroUSB charging; Light and easy to carry; Great system performance; Excellent and firm keyboard;...
Bad No USB 3.0; Insanely reflective screen; Body is a fingerprint magnet; No microSD or SD card slot; MicroUSB charge requires more power to charge from than your traditional phone charger, and if you use a lower power charger, it takes a while for it to charge;...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2015-03-04
When you sit down and think about how you use your laptop, you'd probably be surprised at how little you use actual applications and how reliant you are on the internet and online services. The question is, do you really need a full-on Windows or Mac lapt...
Bottom line Cheap, well-built and with a great screen, if you want a laptop for mostly online work, this is a great choice...
80%
itproportal.com
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2015-03-04
If you've been on the fence about trying out Google's Chrome OS, the HP Chromebook 11 might be just what you need to encourage you to take the plunge. The slim design and refined looks are augmented by some generous freebies – like free Google Drive stora...
Good Very affordable price, Sleek design and solid construction, Impressive display...
Bad Minimal port selection, Performance lags other models slightly, Chrome OS still has some limitations...
Bottom line The HP Chromebook 11 isn't perfect, with all of the limitations of any other Chrome OS device (though those limitations are likely fewer than you might imagine). This inexpensive laptop does, however, manage to bring some new and improved elements to the...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2015-03-04
The HP-built Chromebook 11 is an integral part of Google's latest push to increase the market share of its cloud-based Chrome OS operating system. This has seen Google take the same strategy it did when pushing its Android mobile OS, partnering with a var...
Good Solid build quality, lightweight, good screen considering the price, Chrome OS is good for people in Google's ecosystem...
Bad Cheaper Chromebooks with better processors and battery lives on the horizon...
Bottom line The HP Chromebook 11 is a solidly built, affordable Windows laptop replacement for businesses embedded in Google's ecosystem. But with a wave of cheaper Intel Haswell-powered Chromebooks on the horizon, its long-term appeal is slightly tarnished...
80%
stuff.tv
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2015-03-04
Thankfully, HP's take (with a lot of collaboration from Google itself) on the Chromebook is the best yet. While it uses the white plastic beloved of old MacBooks, a blue accent around the keyboard makes it look lovely in a kind of ultraclean 80s-tech way...
Good 80stastic design, Much improved screen, MicroUSB charging...
Bad Chrome OS is still limited...
Bottom line The deeper we delve into Chromebooks, the more it becomes apparent how limited they are – but this, maybe, is the point. They're designed for light users who don't like to get into the nitty-gritty of things, and just want to browse the web and submit in...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-03-04
Attractive looks go a long way in a tech product these days, and HP and Google have designed the Chromebook 11 (named after its 11in screen) so that it will appeal to those of you who are after something that looks a little more stylish than the norm. How...
Good Stylish and well built, Good keyboard, Vibrant screen...
Bad Has few ports, Somewhat sluggish performance, Glossy finish...
Bottom line HP's Chromebook 11 is lovely little laptop to consider if all you want to do is get online and you are already an everyday user of Google's online services. It looks good, feels comfortable to use, and boots up in no time. However, its performance can som...
70%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-03-04
HP's Chromebook 11 has been given a slight makeover since the previous model we reviewed back in February , with the new model now available in a couple of different two-tone colourways (Snow White and Ocean Turquoise shells with a silver palm rest), whic...
Good Small and neat design, Good keyboard, Dualband WiFi...
Bad No SD card slot, Price point seems high, Touchpad performance not great...
Bottom line For the asking price of $399 (and even with a lower street price of $349), the HP Chromebook 11 isn't as enticing an option as it should be, and it could stand to lose at least another $50 off the street price to make it a more serious alternative for tho...
60%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2015-03-04
Students who need to write, email, check Facebook, and surf the web won't necessarily need a big flashy laptop, and that's where the Chromebook comes in, providing the internet for a fraction of the cost of other computers.HP's Chromebook 11 takes the fam...
Good Colourful chassis, Charges from microUSB, Decent battery life at around 5 hours...
Bad Weak screen with dismal viewing angles, Obvious lag and slowdowns as you type or work, No microSD or SD card slot, Trackpad button is too shallow...
Bottom line HP's take on the Chromebook is a familiar one, especially if you've seen the shiny not-quite-MacBook that was the Google Chromebook, because HP has built both.As a result of that last fact, the systems are nearly identical, with the same CPU, memory, stor...
60%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2015-03-04
If Apple can sell the idea of a plastic iPhone as a good thing, then HP must be on-trend with its new 11in Chromebook. There are acres of glossy white plastic, including when you open the lid. The lid is featureless save for the thin strip of lit-up Goog...
60%
pocket-lint.com
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2015-03-04
The Google Chromebook is an interesting experience and proposition. For your money you get a browser-based operating system that is easy to use, but limited by the fact that you need to be online to really be able to use it to its full potential. Despite...
Good Good screen, solid built, light, affordable, footprint smaller than a sheet of A4 paper...
Bad USB charging takes forever, sluggish performance, glossy screen, have to be online to get most from it...
Bottom line The Chromebook remains a strange kettle of fish. Whether you'll warm to it mostly relies on whether or not you think Chrome OS is a good or bad idea. Clearly to make the most of the operating system you have to be online, although you can now u...
60%
apcmag.com
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2015-03-04
It quickly becomes obvious though that the Samsung Exynos 5 inside isn't as good friends with ChromeOS as its Intel compatriots, with performance being a noticeable issue. Battery life is short even for an 11-inch, with the competition trouncing the HP b...
50%
ausdroid.net
Updated:
2015-03-04
HP have been releasing their Chromebook at a fast and furious pace. It was only mid August when Dan reviewed the upgraded HP 11 (11-2001TU model). At the time Dan made the statement “HP has jumped into Chromebook's with a vengeance. As one of the largest...
Good Compact, Responsive, pleasant keyboard, Matte Screen...
Bad Touchpad clicky, Slow downs/lag common, Screen resolution, 2GB RAM very restrictive...
Bottom line The HP 11 2101TU is a well constructed, solid Chromebook that looks good with a matte display that is bright and easily seen in any conditions. The keyboard is pleasant to type on although I worry about the white keys getting dirty long term (although a r...
0%
businessspectator.com.au
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2015-03-04
It was an hour out of Auckland that the limits of the cloud-based HP Chromebook became apparent; all the documents supposedly synchronised for offline use by Google Drive turned out to be unavailable.That the inaccessible documents were notes from a cloud...
0%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2015-03-04
The HP Chromebook 11 - see full review - is a thing of beauty, if you like acres of glossy white plastic. Details such as the light-up strip of Google colours and the blue accents are nice touches, but it also comes in black if you prefer. Look around t...
0%
digitalspy.co.uk
Updated:
2015-03-04
Google 's Chromebook concept is still to properly catch on. Despite being one of the most gorgeous pieces of technology to be unveiled this year, the Chromebook Pixel's £1,000 price tag is just too much for a device with an operating system that still fee...
0%
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