HP’s been talking about its plans to release a Chromebox for a while now, and the miniature computer was included in the company’s Computex assault today. The company briefly mentioned the device during our Computex pre-briefing last week, and it looks like the HP Chromebox is finally being released.
The PC was pegged for a June launch at the end of May and will pack either an Intel Celeron 2955U or Haswell i7-4600 CPU. There’s also up to 8 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, a 3-in-1 SD card reader, as well as Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless N, Bluetooth 4.0, 4 x USB 3.0, HDMI out, DisplayPort out, audio out, and a security lock slot.
No word on specific release date or pricing, but we’ll try and find that out for you at the show. For now, we know that it will start at $200.
More from HP at Computex 2014
- HP Announces SlateBook 14, a Tegra-based Android Laptop
- HP Redesigns Chromebook 11 to Look Like Chromebook 14
- HP Announces Two New x360 Hybrid Notebooks
- HP Refreshes Pavilion and Envy Notebooks at Computex