HP Chromebox
HP announced their new Chromeboxes would be hitting Australian stores back in July, but it’s taken till now to see them available to purchase. StaticIce has a listing of a variety of models, ranging in price and specifications to suit almost everyone.

The range begins with lower-end Celeron based systems starting at $287.10, and moves all the way up to the high-end of the range with the Intel Core i7 based systems starting at $820. There’s different specs, with differences in RAM, so based on your choice you could pay a little or a lot. The specs on offer include :

HP Chromebox (J6L88PA)

  • 1.4GHz Celeron 2955U
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB SSD

HP Chromebox (J4R39AA)

  • 1.4GHz Celeron 2955U
  • 4GB RAM
  • 16GB SSD

HP Chromebox (J4R40AA)

  • Intel Core i7-4600u
  • 4GB RAM
  • 16GB SSD

HP Chromebox (J4R41AA)

  • Intel Core i7-4600u
  • 8GB RAM
  • 16GB SSD

If you’re interested in checking out a HP Chromebox, then you can head on over to StaticIce to check out the retailers listed and see which suits your needs.

Source: StaticIce.
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Matt
Matt
5 years ago

I’ll be happy with a Chrome device when there is a native Steam client for streaming games (no I don’t want crouton).

Beat Odermatt
Beat Odermatt
5 years ago

I just got one in from Amazon. I went to most retailers like Harvey Norman and I was met with a blank expression. I heard that the Asus Chromebox is one of the fastest selling items on Amazon and here in Australia retailers put the head in the sand. I am extremely impressed and happy with my Asus Chromebox as I am up and running with it in less than 10 seconds. No longer waiting and waiting for Windows software to wake up.

jkl
jkl
6 years ago

These should be great for businesses, for workers that can do all their work through a browser. Cheaper upfront and much cheaper to maintain than PC or Mac hardware.

Joey
Joey
6 years ago

What does it do?

GreviousMcG
GreviousMcG
Reply to  Joey
6 years ago

Basically it’s the same as a PC except that you can connect it to the TV rather than a computer monitor and they tend to be cheaper than buying a full size PC.

Chris Rowe
Chris Rowe
Reply to  Joey
6 years ago

chromeOS based mini PC