HP Chromebook x360 14a 2-in-1 Laptop, Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, 14″ HD Display, Chrome OS with Webcam & Dual…

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HP Chromebook x360 14a 2-in-1 Laptop, Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, 14" HD Display, Chrome OS with Webcam & Dual...
  • REMOTE WORK READY – Work efficiently from the comfort of your own home office using the HP 14″ Chromebook.
  • CLEAR IMAGING – Images appear crisp with the 14″ HD (1366 x 768), micro-edge, BrightView (1) display.
  • LIGHTNING FAST PROCESSING – Games, music, and streaming are taken to new heights with Intel Pentium Silver N5000 (2) processing power and Intel UHD Graphics 605 (3).
  • SECURE YOUR WORK – With 64 GB eMMC storage (4), saving important documents is made simple. Plus, quickly access your documents with 4 GB of RAM.
  • LONG-LASTING BATTERY LIFE – Enjoy Up to 12 hours and 15 minutes (5) depending on usage.
  • MODERNIZE YOUR WORLD – Navigate seamlessly through tabs and programs with the Chrome operating system. Also, rest easy knowing your investment is protected with HP’s 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty.
  • BE SEEN & HEARD – HP’s Wide Vision HD camera (6) with integrated dual array digital microphones lets you video chat with vibrant clarity.
  • CONNECT SMOOTHLY – Your connections are rock solid with the Wi-Fi 5 (2×2) and Bluetooth 5.0 combo (7).
  • TAKE WORK WITH YOU – The Chromebook is 3.30 lbs (8) so you can take your work and entertainment wherever you need it.
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT – Do the environment a favor by working with an HP ENERGY STAR certified (9) and EPEAT Silver registered (10) computer.

Specification: HP Chromebook x360 14a 2-in-1 Laptop, Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, 14″ HD Display, Chrome OS with Webcam & Dual…

Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches



Max Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 Pixels


‎1.1 GHz pentium_N5000


‎4 GB DDR4

Memory Speed

‎2400 MHz

Hard Drive


Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel UHD Graphics 605

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Average Battery Life in hours

‎12 Hours



Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 pixels

Hardware Platform


Item model number


Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎3.3 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.81 x 8.65 x 0.72 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.81 x 8.65 x 0.72 inches


‎Mineral Silver

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Flash Memory Size


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

5 reviews for HP Chromebook x360 14a 2-in-1 Laptop, Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, 14″ HD Display, Chrome OS with Webcam & Dual…

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  1. Avatar of Jim


    My 12-year-old grandson worked all Spring and this summer cutting grass to buy a PS5. Summer’s almost gone, and a PS5 now requires a small bank loan to buy, and that’s only IF one can be found! So, not to be deterred, he’s starting Jr High this year and needs his own laptop for schoolwork, etc. He decided to spend his hard-earned dollars on this HP Chromebook, and I couldn’t be prouder of the young lad or happier with this product.

    Kids today know these Chromebooks like we used to know the Atari. The OS and web-based everything is foreign to me, but he gets it, and that’s all that matters. This machine does everything we want and will get him through into high school, if not all the way through. If not, it’ll be a great hand-me-down for his sister, who will be in Jr High in a few years. The “flip” screen and “touch” capability are perfect for today’s kids who don’t know or care how to use a mouse. And I have an HP Chromebook that I got earlier this year that I thought had nice screen resolution, but this one makes it look like I’m using a Commodore 64!

    I definitely recommend this laptop!

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  2. Avatar of I Love Tech 888

    I Love Tech 888

    I feel like Chromebooks are either unknown or misunderstood by many. While my kids have had Chomebooks in the past, I’ve never owned one myself. So for me, this is a relatively new experience and it’s been very positive. Overall, this is a very good pairing of hardware and software to provide most people what they need for nearly all daily activities from a PC. This is being used as a casual family room PC.

    First of all, the HP hardware is pretty darn good for the price at which this device sells for. It’s a very clean design and feels pretty sturdy if held by one hand. I’ve had more expensive laptops feel like they were going to break if held in the same way. I would say the keyboard is on par of other laptops in this price range. One complaint that I have is the sharp edge where you’d place your palms while typing. I would have preferred it was a little more rounded out, but it’s not a game changer. I’ll have to see what it’s like over the long term.

    The screen is also very similar to screens at this price. Not the greatest of viewing angles, but has excellent touch response. The viewing angles only become a problem if/when you use as a tablet. Speaking of which, I love that the screen folds all the way back so that it can be used as a tablet. That’s a great feature and I wish all laptops were capable of doing that.

    Battery life seems to be really great. I’m able to use this on and off over 2 or 3 days without a charge. This is really with regular web browsing, so no movies/music to really drain the battery.

    Finally, Chrome OS is very simple and lightweight. I like how some web apps appear as installed applications as opposed to web pages in the Chrome web browser. I’ve also enabled the Linux beta VM, which has allowed me to install the Brave web browser. I prefer that over Chrome for it’s safety and ad-blocking features. It’s seems to work just fine, although it may be a bit slower then Chrome.

    So far, I’m incredibly pleased with this Chromebook. I feel it offers a great value and an experience that is better then I expected. Highly recommended!

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  3. Avatar of Kuhlarrow


    I loved the price and fixtures listed like its size, weight, keyboard. The first observation is the colors depicted on the screen; they were not as as deep, sharp nor vivid as my elephant 7 years old Dell LP (still working). What triggered my return with disappointment, is the system “freezing” up (often within a few days) when I worked with docs and two-three screens researching on words meaning and definitions, , which action I frequently do. Another observation to be aware of, is getting use to the OS Chromebook system. This is like switching from iPod to android phones, which might be challenging to some new users. Otherwise, I would have kept it with no regrets on cost. OAM

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    Carly Jenkins

    Exactly what I expected! Battery life lasts forever and the touch screen makes my school work easy! Love this laptop!

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  5. Avatar of Daniel


    I think that this Chromebook from HP brings a lot to the table for under $350, the design is nice despite being mostly plastic. It doesn’t have big ugly bezels around the display like the last Chromebook I reviewed. It honestly resembles a Macbook, although many brands are going for this aluminum look with a black keyboard and black around the screen. This is a 2 in 1, so it can flip around and be used solely as a tablet, and it’s not too thick to pull this off like many Chromebooks are.

    Chrome OS does have some limitations, but it has matured a lot in the last 5 or so years. You can run android apps from the Google PlayStore, as well as sideloading android apps from the web with a little know-how. You can also setup a Linux VM and install native Linux apps like Libre Office. Of course, most of the Operating System is intended for web based stuff within the Chrome web browser. There is also a new feature to link up your Android phone to Chromebooks, allowing you to receive android notifications on the laptop and be able to send text messages. It also will not lock your laptop while your smartphone is nearby. This is for Android only, iPhones cannot take advantage of these features.

    Chromebooks, by design have less on board storage than a conventional laptop. But this one has 64GB and offers a lot of options for external storage. The port selection is great, 2x USB C ports, 1x USB A port, all 3 ports are 5 gigabit, 3.2 gen 1 (formerly known as USB 3.0) which gives you decently fast transfer speeds. You also get a Micro SD slot and a headphone jack. The two USB C ports are full featured ports, meaning that they support video out, power in, and data. This is great for future proofing. You can charge the laptop on either side thanks to each side having its own port.

    Battery life is good, I got between 6-9 hours depending on screen brightness and what exactly I was doing on the machine. It supports fast charging and you can recharge the battery to 50% in only 45 minutes. Performance is also good, this laptop has an Intel Pentium Silver N5000. That’s a lower end Intel chip, but it’s still a decent enough 4 core CPU for a Chromebook. Likewise, the 4GB of RAM is sufficient as well for Chrome OS. Web pages load very quickly with no lag, while using this laptop I haven’t been frustrated with poor performance or any kind of jankyness (and I have high standards, I normally use a much more expensive device than this one). In my opinion, this is what makes Chromebooks so appealing- you actually can get a good experience from a laptop that is less than $350 and that just is not true on the windows side (and certainly not on Apple laptops).

    The keyboard is good on this laptop, a decent enough key travel that doesn’t feel mushy. My typing was as accurate as on my main laptop. I do wish it were backlit, but I will say that about every keyboard that isn’t.
    The trackpad is one of the better plastic ones that I’ve used. The finish is smooth and allows for easy scrolling and moving the cursor around. It has a very tactile click that I really enjoy. The speakers are also above average for the price, some laptop speakers in this price range are tinny and have a rattle to them. This has stereo speakers that borders the keyboard on both sides. They have bass to them and are enjoyable to use when watching videos on Youtube or streaming service of choice.

    Now let’s talk about the screen, it’s 1366×768 touch screen. That is slightly higher than 720P resolution, it’s detailed enough for browsing the web or navigating chrome OS. It would have been nice to seen them include a full HD screen, but they did not. I would say that it’s a pretty average laptop screen for the $350 price. It’s not amazing, but I think it’s good enough for most people. The touch response is good and using this as a tablet is feasible. It will end up being a slightly heavier and thicker tablet than something like an iPad, but it’s still thinner than many Chromebooks that offer this functionality.

    I think that there is a lot here to like from this laptop, if you can live with chrome OS then this will be a great device for you. Just make sure you understand the limitations (of Chrome OS), the laptop is a compelling buy for $340. The only thing about it that I’m not into is the quality of the display, but I think it will be good enough for most, given the overall package.

    Update: This device had no problems on 5Ghz WiFi, wireless performance was good on multiple networks.


    2 USB C ports that support charging, fast data transfer, and video out to external displays

    Fast 45 watt USB C Power Delivery charging (0-50% in 45 minutes)

    Modern design with smaller bezels and an overall attractive look

    Good keyboard and trackpad

    Performance is snappy thanks to the x86 Intel quad core Gemini lake Pentium Silver N5000

    Speakers actually sound good


    Screen is not Full HD (1080P) and the colors look a little washed out or faded

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