NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Hewlett Packard has made it official. Less than one week after leaking some information its Web site (and then quickly taking it down) , the tech giant has formally announced its first
Chromebook - the Pavilion 14.
Chromebooks are lightweight laptop/notebook computers runnin Google's Chrome OS, which is simply a Chrome browser. For the most part, that's it. The underlying operating system is a form of Linux. But, for the end user, all you need to know is that everything you can do on a Chromebook is done via the Chrome browser. Everything.
Need to write an "Office" document? You do so using Google's online office suite. Need to store or share those documents? You do that in Google's Cloud. You can access that cloud from any computer with a Web browser then print it anywhere you need.
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