After HP and Google finally resolved their problems with the HP Chromebook 11’s charger, it looks like the Chromebook is now making its triumphant return to stores — at least if you’re shopping via Amazon. The Chromebook 11 is still unavailable at most other retailers, including Best Buy and Google Play, though we wouldn’t be surprised to see this situation change in the coming days.

Back to the Amazon listing, only the white/blue variant of the Chromebook 11 seems to be currently in stock and ready to ship. The pricing is still listed at $279 and the laptop features the same specs as always: a Samasung Exynos 5250 ARM CPU, 2GB of RAM, an 11.6-inch 1366×760 IPS display, 16GB SSD storage, 2x USB 2.0, a VGA webcam and a battery rated for about 6 hours of use.

In addition to getting the revised charger, the Chromebook 11 also comes with 100GB Google Drive storage for 2 years, a 60-day free trial of Google Play Music All Access and 12 free GoGo Inflight Internet passes.

What do you think of the HP Chromebook 11 now that its charger issues are behind it? Can Google and HP still find success with the device, or is the damage already done?

Andrew Grush
Andrew Grush has been with Team AA for 5 years now. He's passionate about tech, writing, gaming, and doing his best to help grow the AA team.