Thanks to its low price entry, Chromebooks are purchased by many consumers given its limitation software which might be inconvenient. When they first came out with an Android, only some of them were able to run an Office App because even though it would show up, eventually it disappeared. Just the Pixelbook from Google was then accessing the Office App.
Chromebook x360 Convertible
The big announcement of an HP Chromebook x360 11G1 Education first came out in September and HP hopes for a success on the market given the convertible shape. Having an 11.6-inch IPS display wearing a Gorilla Glass3 with a resolution of 1366×768, it is powered by a dual-core Celeron N3350 processor with a 4GB of RAM. On the eMMC storage, the device can get a 16GB or 32GB space.
As for the weight Chromebook x360 has only 2.98 pounds (1.35 kg) and can get you through the day while saving you from charging it for to 11 hours and 30 minutes. The Chromebook runs a ChromeOS having support on the Google Play store and Android Apps which is very handy if you need a precise app. Lately, the OS system became so popular throughout low-cost tablets and notebooks. The cost for a Chrome x360 is from $299.99 and can be ordered from Amazon, Costco, Target and Walmart.
Office App introduced to Google Play
Microsoft did not release any news according to using Office App on Chromebooks but the thing is that Microsoft is now running on lots of devices. There were many who would have liked having an Office for a different project at school or at work that is why the reports say that Chrome OS from now will have access to Google’s Play Office App.
If not having an Office App was an impediment for users to use Chromebooks, now they have all the reasons to start using one.