HP Chromebox: Chrome simplicity, tiny desktop

Browsing the web and using Google apps (like Gmail and Google Docs) is a breeze with our new HP Chromebox.  It’s like a Chromebook,  but with a compact desktop form factor that you can use with virtually any monitor or TV screen in your home!


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The HP Chromebox is easy to set up as a new or replacement desktop.  It works with standard keyboards, mice and displays, and offers connectivity using HDMI, DisplayPort and Bluetooth, along with four USB 3.0 ports.  Like other Chrome devices from HP, the Chromebox offers a fast, easy and safe computing experience for you and your family.   


This device is designed to match your style. The compact Chromebox is available in a variety of colors – Smoke Silver, Ocean Turquoise, Snow White and Twinkle Black – allowing it to fit with your home or office décor.  (In fact, you might recognize some of these colors from the Chromebook 14 we introduced a few months ago.  My personal favorite is the ocean turquoise.) Want to get the Chromebox off your desk?  You can securely mount the Chromebox to your wall or to the back of your monitor using standard VESA mounts. This petite little package can also snugly fit into your home theater, and it’s small enough to pop into a travel bag (in case you wanted to set up shop while on vacation.)


It packs a big punch with Intel inside. Under the colorful hood is an Intel processor based on the Haswell micro-architecture, which gives you plenty of power to support web surfing and Google apps.  For more demanding applications, there’s also a version of our Chromebox that is Chromebox for meetings with a 4th gen Intel Core i7 processor.


Our Chromebox is expected to be available first in the U.S. later this spring.  We’ll share more details and pricing then, or please sign up for updates at www.hp.com/go/chromebox.



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Learn more about the Chromebook 14

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Labels: New Products
by goozleology
on ‎02-15-2017 07:23 PM

Whatever happened to the Chromebox? I thought that it was supposed to be taking on Mac (which I use for web design) with it's cuteness.

by EricStrate
on ‎12-08-2017 10:31 AM

I am a big believer in mini desktop and small form factor. I currently plan on getting one of these to replace my huge form factor at my work Eric Strate .

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