HP x 360 14-inch Chromebook Review Specification (da0xxxna)
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In the last quarter of 2020 HP sold more Chromebooks than any other manufacturer. Hardly surprising when you consider how good HP laptops are. When the HP x 360 launched a couple of years ago it was considered at the time as being one of the best Chromebooks you could buy. It’s still a great Chromebook today, but a lot of new devices have been launched since then. That being said, if you can pick this Chromebook up at a bargain price, then it’s still a great buy.
It’s important to remember manufacturers always confuse us when it comes to naming Chromebooks. This is especially an issue if they release another model to replace the existing one. This page is for any HP x 360 Chromebook model starting da0 and ends with na.
The HP x 360 Chromebook is available in different specifications. It will depend on where you live as to the type of configuration you’ll find available. The most common configurations are an Intel Pentium and an Intel i3. There may be other models available with different processors, which are not listed here.
INTEL PENTIUM CONFIGURATION
The Intel Pentium processor isn’t something you see too often on a Chromebook. However, they were more common a couple of years ago, which is when this Chromebook was originally launched. It has a clock speed of 2.3 GHz and comes with 4GB of RAM. The storage on the basic model at 32GB may be considered a little low for what you’d use a Chromebook for now. However, at the time of launch, this was pretty standard for a medium-spec Chrome OS device.
INTEL i3 CONFIGURATION
The Intel i3 model at the time of launch was considered cutting-edge. Apart from more expensive Chromebooks such as the Pixelbook. You would not find many Chromebooks with a processor higher than an Intel i3. This model provides 8GB of RAM, which is perfect for the processor, and it means this laptop performs excellently. Double the amount of storage at 64GB was a huge amount back in 2019, and is still an acceptable amount of storage in 2021.
|Intel Pentium||Intel Pentium||4GB||32GB (eMMC)|
|Intel i3||Intel i3||8GB||64GB (eMMC)|
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The display offered on the HP x 360 is what got most of the attention when launched. It offers a Full HD resolution of 1,920 by 1,080. A Full HD resolution on a 14-inch display offers excellent results, and the IPS panel used meant viewing at an angle is possible without any loss of quality.
|Display Size||Resolution||Panel Type||Touchscreen|
|14-inch||1920 x 1080||IPS||Yes|
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The HP x 360 was one of the first Chromebooks to offer a 2-in-1 design. These type of Chromebooks are Hybrid and can be used as a laptop or tablet. These became popular from 2019 onwards when it was announced Chrome OS would now support Android Apps.
|HP x 360||Hybrid|
All Chromebooks come with an Automatic Update Expiry (AUE) date. Until this date is reached your Chromebook will continue to receive updates to the Chrome OS operating system. These updates include new functionality, an improvement on existing functionality and security updates. After the AUE date, your Chromebook will no longer receive updates.
|HP x 360 Chromebook (da0 series)||June 2025|
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CONNECTIVITY & OTHER SPECS
Considering the HP x 360 Chromebook was launched in 2019 it comes with decent connectivity. Two newer USB Type-C ports are available, which at the time of launch was not very common to see. This newer type USB port allows you to charge your device and connect an external display. An older USB Type-A port is also available, which means you can connect your older hardware without running into compatibility issues.
A Micro SD slot allows you to add further storage at a later date, and the headphone jack means you can connect a pair of wired headphones. You can also use wireless headphones thanks to the Bluetooth capability of the HP x 360 Chromebook.
|CONNECTIVITY & PORTS||Available|
|Micro SD Slot||Yes|
|Finger Print Scanner||No|
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