HP has this week launched a new Chromebook that is designed for anyone that is looking for a new budget-friendly laptop, designed mainly for students, or those who only want to complete their tasks online.

The device has been dubbed Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition and is priced at just $199.

For that, you get a rugged and lightweight device, that has been designed to take to school with molded rubber edges to keep it save. It also features a cool design for fashion purposes, with a bright green, or black rubber strip that makes the Chromebook eye catching.

It’s also just 2.7 pounds and measures just 0.8 inches thick at its widest point.

It also has a spill-resistant keyboard, and a hinge on the screen that allows it to be rotated 180 degrees, allowing it to be laid completely flat.

In terms of its specifications, you can also get an optional IPS display, with an Intel Celeron CPU, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, up to a 9.5-hour battery life, and the option to add 3G/4G WWAN connectivity, alongside the normal Wi-Fi connection.

The Chromebook 11 G4 EE will be available in the US before the end of January from $199.

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