Published on May 13, 2014
I bought a HP Chromebook 11 that appears to be either an unannounced product or a special SKU for Australia.
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I called up a store and asked if they had any HP Chromebook 11's:
I was told that they had 20 in stock, so I went in to buy one. I was trying to determine what colour the Chromebook was, since it was marked as "WHITE" in the system. We opened it up in the store and I was surprised to find that it did not look like the glossy white HP Chromebook 11-1101, but instead resembled a miniature HP Chromebook 14. I took it home not really knowing what I had bought.
The model number is marked on the box and on the Chromebook itself as HP Chromebook 11-2001TU.
The specs on the box are listed as follows:
11.6" Diagnoal HD.LED Display
Exynos 5 Dual (5250) Application Processor
2048MB DDR3 SDRAM
WLAN & Bluetooth
Google Chrome OS
There is shipping information on the box to indicate that these units were delivered to the store 7 May 2014.
I cannot find any information on the internet about this model besides some price database listings from New Zealand.
I found an internal HP webpage that showed pictures of this Chromebook 11 but the specs seemed to be incorrect and partially related to the 11-1101 model:
I took the following screencaps:
http://i.imgur.com/RXPgKav.jpg (Note colour and design)
http://i.imgur.com/iB3jqHB.jpg (Chromebook 11-1101 weighs 1.04kg)
I'm not sure, but I think I may have bought an announced HP Chromebook 11 revision. Playing around with the computer, it appears to be heavier than the 11-1101 and the display does not appear to be IPS because of poor viewing angles. Battery life appears to be around 6 hours based on the OS's prediction.
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