There is no doubt in the fact that Chromebooks have gained a lot of popularity over the past year, which has resulted into a surge in sales. According to a report, Chromebooks accounted for over 21 percent of all U.S. notebook shipments in 2013. A new crop of Chrome OS powered notebooks were unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show last week, so customers are definitely spoilt for choice. Though there aren’t many options for those who would prefer LTE compatible Chromebooks, which is why they’ll like the HP Chromebook 11 LTE.
The LTE compatible variant of HP Chromebook 11 is now available for purchase. Best Buy has it listed on its website for $379. Its compatible with Verizon’s long-term evolution network, the carrier claims it has the largest LTE network in the U.S. HP Chromebook 11 LTE is priced $100 more than the Wi-Fi only variant, customers probably won’t mind paying the premium if they really want to have another connectivity option on hand if there’s no Wi-Fi available. For those who don’t know, Chrome OS is heavily dependant on internet, Chromebooks require internet connectivity, else there’s not much that they can do. Customers who are looking for Wi-Fi only Chromebooks have a lot of options, including the latest C720 Chromebook that Acer unveiled at CES 2014.