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HP 14-inch Chromebook $200 limited time deal at woot!

Hurry, woot! has factory recertified HP Chromebook 14 for $200 for today only. This is the 14-inch, 4GB model with a lifetime supply 200MB of Free 4G (T-Mobile HSPA+)
July 2, 2014

If you are in the market for a Chromebook, and you like the larger 14-inch version that HP has out there, now is your chance to get a factory reconditioned unit for just $199.99. Which includes 200MB of Free 4G (T-Mobile HSPA+) for Life

Hurry, the sale ends just 6 hours from now, that’ll be midnight EDT or 10pm PDT, and they have limited stock. Head over to woot! to get yours.

If you are not sure about these here Chromebook things, let me explain them just a bit. A Chromebook is a relatively light-weight laptop, most have 11.6-inch screens, that run Google’s Chrome OS. Chrome OS is designed around the browser, it offers many basics but fairly minimal functionality beyond just being a Chrome web browser.

Chromebooks really are great devices, so it is a good thing we’ve had more to say about Chrome OS and Chromebooks before, be sure to check them out for more details. You may particularly be interested in Google’s plans to bring Android apps to Chrome OS.

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As we are seeing more and more Chromebooks and Chromebook sales in the market, we hope that we’ll be seeing more deals like this as time goes on. Just like the 2GB HP Chromebook that went for just $180 about a month ago. The version on sale today comes with 4GB or RAM, 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Celeron processor, a 16GB SSD hard drive and the expected 14-inch display.

If 14-inches is too big for your Chromebook needs, head on in to the Google Play Store to get a nice baseline of the specs and prices of the Google supplied Chromebooks, and don’t forget to shop around for more deals. We’ll let you know if we see any other deals out there, but sites like Amazon are usually a good place to shop.

If you already own this HP 14-inch Chromebook, would you recommend it to future buyers? If you don’t own it, will you be grabbing one today?