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Head-To-Head: HP Chromebook 13 Vs. Google Chromebook Pixel

The CRN Test Center takes a look at how HP's newest device stacks up on specs and price with Google's 'premium' Chromebook offering.

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HP Jumps Into Google's 'Premium' Space With New Chromebook

The idea of a "premium" Chromebook is still a novel concept. The theme of the devices -- which run Google's Chrome OS but are made by numerous manufacturers -- has been simplicity and an affordable price. There are a couple of dozen versions of Chromebooks out there right now, and most run between $150 and $300. The one exception has been Google's Chromebook Pixel, a higher-priced device with much higher performance than the typical Chromebook. The most recent version of the Pixel, however, debuted more than a year ago.

Now there's a second offering in the "premium" Chromebook category, the HP Chromebook 13, which aims to hook both business and consumer users. In particular, HP is touting the utility of the device for the mobile workforce. (And Google had a hand in developing the device.) So how does the HP Chromebook 13 stack up against Google's Chromebook Pixel? Here's a rundown of how the two devices compare on specs and price.

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