HP has today announced the launch of a brand new notebook for their line of Chromebooks.

Called the HP Chromebook 11 G5, it has a slimmer design with narrower bezels when compared to the Chromebook 13, featuring an 11-inch touchscreen display and Chrome OS pre-installed.

The addition of Chrome OS basically allows it to offer easy to use features, with access to Android applications, with an online focus.

Inside, there’s also an Intel Celeron N3060 processor, with an 11-hour battery life according to HP.

It also weighs just 2.51, which is much lighter than the previous generation device, it does lose its bendiness because of that.

That said, it does also offer the option to upgrade the touchscreen display to a high-definition IPS panel, with the addition of Gorilla Glass.

It will start at around £144 and will be available through a number of HP’s partners in July, and then from further retailers in October.

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