The HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook available for $329.99 in the US at HPDirect.com and at other retailers soon --offers built-in security, speed and simplicity on a brilliant 14-inch screen.
The new Chromebook also comes with HDMI and USB ports, and it's less than an inch thick and powered by an Intel Celeron Processor. Additionally, it has Google products like Gmail, Google+ Hangouts, YouTube and Maps built in.
In addition, it also offer free 100GB of free storage on Google Drive.
Check it out here.
Google also revealed today, that there are now 2,000 schools using Chromebooks for Education-"twice as many as 3 months ago."
"Most recently Transylvania County Schools in rural North Carolina deployed 900 Chromebooks, and the Catholic prep school St.Thomas Aquinas High School in Florida going one-to-one with 2,200 devices. On the otherhand, urban charter network Rocketship Education in the Bay Area of California using 1,100 Chromebooks. Also, Connor and Meg at Spring Valley High School are two of the over 14,000 students in Richland School District Two in South Carolina who are now using Chromebooks for 1:1 learning," google blogged.
Further, the company notes, that the Google Apps for Education is also continues to grow, "with Chicago Public Schools bringing 270,000 students, teachers and administrators into the cloud."