HP Chromebook x360 14 G1 Review



Lisa Gade reviews HP’s first Chromebook with an Intel 8th gen Core i7 processor. This is a premium Chromebook with an aluminum casing, 360 degree hinges and a full HD IPS touch screen. The Chrome OS laptop is also available with Intel Pentium and Core i3 and Core i5 processors. It has a backlit keyboard, 8GB RAM, USB-C and USB-A ports, and an ample 60 WHr battery.
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39 thoughts on “HP Chromebook x360 14 G1 Review

  1. Picked up an i3 version at bestbuy open boxed for 400$ (tax included). So far I'm digging it as an around the house kind of laptop. Of course after getting it I had to come watch Lisa's video on it! 🙂 Keep up the great work Lisa!!!

  2. i7 16GB is NOT for chome os, its for what runs on chrome os, Linux & development software
    — Chrome OS: Ready for Web Development (Chrome Dev Summit 2018)
    — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTmAtXoPkgw&t=636s

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  4. Yipes! I'm a huge fan of the Chromebook but no way am I going to spend that kind of money on this. I really wanted the latest Pixelbook with pen, and I was thinking about waiting until the price dropped on it to about$700, UNTIL I bought my HP x360 last year at a great discounted price, and store credits I had amassed from Best Buy. The only thing lacking was the use of a pen, but after seeing how nice the 14" screen was, I decided that the smaller screen on the Pixelbook would be a bit too small for my liking. I wanted the Pixelbook originally because it was pretty. Yes, I'm shallow! But now that I have my x360, with my older Acer Spin 13 as my backup, I would never consider spending over $500 for a Chromebook. I'm not a professional so "just fine" suits me!

  5. I'd spend 1200 dollars on some Chromebooks. Any Chromebook made by HP is not one I'd spend 1200 on though. Acer's Chromebooks are far better. I'd gladly buy a premium Acer Chromebook. Heck the Chromebook Spin 15 feels premium even though it's only 350-450 dollars. I'd compare the build quality to the Acer Spin 5 Windows laptop. Hell it's actually a bit better in my opinion. Not to mention that Acer's screens almost always look better than HP's, at least in Chromebooks. Call me a fanboy but Acer makes some of the best Chromebooks for every price point. I still have my 4 and a half year old Acer Chromebook 15 with the celeron n2830 and love it. But I'm gonna upgrade soon to something with Android compatibility (probably a Spin 15). After using various models of Chromebook from different brands there are only two Chromebooks that even stand a chance against any Acer Chromebook for me, and they're both made by Lenovo. One is dirt cheap with a mediatek processor, forgot the model name, and the other is in the same premium category as the Spin 13. HP's Chromebooks are mediocre at the very best. Dell's chromebooks are just sad. And I despise Samsung and Asus as companies and refuse to buy from either company.

  6. Awesome review as always. I've always wondered this. Are you a one woman show where yo do all the work behind the scenes as well or do you have others helping to?

  7. Would love to see you review the Asus Flip c434 14" Chromebook. This HP does not interest me…lacking brightness.Great review though👍😃

  8. Massive bezels and too heavy. The Asus C434 is a much better option at this price level with tiny bezels and equally premium build, it also weighs less.

  9. No reason why anyone should buy this. It needs a much, much better display to justify that price. This 45% sRGB shit isn't going to cut it. Who do they think they are? Lenovo?

  10. chromeOS supports now, both, android apps and linux apps via their own runtimes ( including steam ) it can get very RAM hungry very fast, so no, 16 GB might not be an overkill, depending on what you're planning to do with it.

  11. Pixelbook looks better but too expensive for Chrome OS. I got a used Chromebook Pixel top model with i7 and 16GB ram for $350 in mint condition.

  12. They need to make a 17.3in Chromebook with a crazy long battery life with great speakers and target video consumption. Perfect for movies TV shows and web.

  13. Nice review Lisa. I looked at this HP and the new Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 360. I ended up with the new ASUS C434 to replace my ASUS C232. The overall package in the ASUS is just a bit more "tidy" and portable over the Dell and HP.
    PS: Love the T-shirt!

  14. I got the i3 model. Works pretty well and keep an eye out for sales. Got it on sale around memorial day. Nice to see 8 GB of Ram on it.

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