ALWAYS ON THE GO – Take this light and durable HP laptop with you anywhere. It travels well and has a long battery life, so you can stay connected without having to search for an outlet.
MADE FOR WHAT YOU DO – Switch between gaming, connecting with friends, and getting your schoolwork done. The powerful MediaTek mobile processor, full-size keyboard, and 11-inch touchscreen can handle it all.
THE GOOGLE EXPERIENCE – Enjoy the seamless simplicity that comes with Google Chrome and Android apps, all integrated into one laptop. It’s fast, simple, and secure.
TOUCHSCREEN TECHNOLOGY – Control is at your fingertips on this intuitive HD IPS touchscreen laptop. Pause movies and move presentation slides with the flick of your wrist.
EFFICIENT OPTICS – Never sacrifice graphics for battery life again. The MediaTek Integrated Graphics card has Octa-core CPU and GPU graphics processors and a multimedia engine, so it’s built to perform without draining your battery.
HIGH DEFINITION, HIGH QUALITY – With an anti-glare, high-definition, 11-inch touch display, you can stream movies and shows beautifully, with added control over 178 degrees of wide-viewing angles
REMOTE WORK READY – Connect with work colleagues or friends and family from home and in high quality with an HP True Vision camera, integrated dual array digital microphones, and custom-tuned dual speakers
PORTS and CONNECTIVITY – Enjoy rock-solid connections with the latest Wi-Fi 5 WLAN adapter and Bluetooth 4.2 as well as reliable external ports in the Headphone/Microphone combo and USB 2.0 Type-A and Type-C ports
1-YEAR WARRANTY – Confidently work and play with a 1-year limited hardware warranty
GOOGLE PLAY STORE – The millions of Android apps you know and love on your phone and tablet can now run on your Chrome device without compromising their speed, simplicity, or security
Specification: HP Chromebook 11-inch Laptop – MediaTek – MT8183 – 4 GB RAM – 32 GB eMMC Storage – 11.6-inch HD IPS Touchscreen – with Chrome OS – (11a-na0040nr,…
Standing screen display size
Optical Drive Type
No Optical Drive
Hard Drive Interface
Flash Memory Size
Computer Memory Type
Item Dimensions LxWxH
7.59 x 11.22 x 0.66 inches
7.59 x 11.22 x 0.66 inches
1366 x 768
Item model number
HP 11a Chrombook Touchscreen
Number of USB 2.0 Ports
MediaTek Integrated Graphics
4 GB LPDDR4
2 GHz mediatek_mt8183
Max Screen Resolution
1364 x 768 Pixels
1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
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HP Chromebook 11-inch Laptop – MediaTek – MT8183 – 4 GB RAM – 32 GB eMMC Storage – 11.6-inch HD IPS Touchscreen – with Chrome OS – (11a-na0040nr,…
Kindle Customer –
I first want to say that mechanically this laptop worked great. The company that sent it also sent it very fast, arriving ahead of the projected date. Now that positivity is out of the way, why am i returning it?
Say what you want about me, but i didn’t realize that this device used a different OS. I originally wanted an affordable laptop for some word processing. Chrome OS does not allow you to do this. Functionally it could, but it designed to be an internet browser and little else. Do you have a phone? Well, your phone is capable of everything this device can do and more. Why would anyone need a laptop with less functionality than a phone?
Many software programs support a variety of operating systems. They do not currently work with Chrome OS. You cannot even attempt to download them. I have heard that you can download apps (not that i was able to experience this for myself), but that will be the only downloading of programs that you might have access to.This now leads to my final gripe, the device is basically online only.
A browser cannot function without internet, so it is with this device. It seems to be so dependent on this that it actually bugged out when i tried to delete the only wifi connection it had. (which reminds me, there is no way that you can factory reset this device. There is no option to do so, take that as you will.) When you first start up this device, it will force you to connect to the internet. You can skip putting in you Google account info, but it will not allow you to proceed without internet.
Tldr: Don’t get anything with Chrome OS. Your phone is capable of so much more than this ever will be.
Tanja G. –
Nur ein amerikanischer Stromanschluss für die Steckdose dabei und die Tastatur ist amerikanisch, also qwerty und nicht wie die deutsche qwertz.
Das Gerät ist daher für Kinder, die das Gerät zum lernen brauchen nicht so praktisch.
Kaitlyn P –
It’s very important to note, this is a Chromebook NOT a full-sized laptop, so this may be much smaller than expected.
Personally, I love this Chromebook, size and all. It works great and has a pretty decent quality. No issues with so far with charging, battery life, crashing, etc. I would only hope for a better sound quality, as it doesn’t get very loud at all. Plenty of storage space for me as well, as I use it for crafting (Design Space app, emails, saving photos, etc.) I would also recommend this for those looking for something small with a keyboard for school use.
I like the Chromebook, but it restarts itself every day on its own. I’ve had it for less than a month. I believe the MicroSD card slot is too close to the power cord slot. I leverage my thumb on the side of the Chromebook to pull the power cord out (the spot where the MicroSD card slot is) so I end up uninstalling the card. No, there’s no other way to carefully remove the power cord. I’ve had several Chromebooks and never had issues until this one.
Laura Ashley –
This is a great Chromebook for a middle to highschooler. It has a real long battery life charges quickly, and maintains a strong wireless signal. The touchscreen is very responsive and we haven’t had any problems with it at all. It has a very comfortable keyboard.
This is perfect for what I need. I am a writer and have been writing on a kindle tablet, and it was just too small.
Kindle Customer –
I only use a computer for personal stuff, e-mails, facebook, random stuff., a zoom meeting once a week. I’m 72 and needed a lighter, smaller one than my dinosaur of a laptop. This fits the bill perfectly. It weighs less than the average book, it has a very long battery life, its size and weight makes it easily portable, and I can have it outside on the deck for hours without losing power. I love the touchscreen, and it was not hard converting to the Chrome OS from Windows. The only thing this didn’t offer was a backlit keyboard, but since It’s white, w/white keyboard, It’s not hard to see even in dim light. So easy to use and carry, and easily contains everything my old computer had downloaded–and that’s a lot! I Love It!
G. Wang –
This is a long review. To summarize, you get what you pay for and then some. This is a very usable package at a bargain price. Nothing is top-of-the-line, but you will get a nice, compact machine for web-based activity.
This is my first Chromebook. Previously I have used Macs and laptops from Toshiba and Lenovo. I decided to go with a Chromebook because I mostly email, browse pages, Zoom, and watch Youtube. Anything I need to do document-wise can be covered by Google. The compactness and long battery life is a big plus. I’m tired of big, heavy laptops wearing holes in my bags.
This Chromebook weighs 2-1/4 .lbs, which is excellent. It is about the size of a magazine, so I would not hestitate to take it anywhere. The body is plastic, which is durable and easy to keep clean. It’s not as nice as metal, but it is generally solid. The bottom panel is a teeny bit loose, but that is a nitpick.
Battery life is as advertised. Depending what you do you get around 10 hours or more, which is more than double any laptop I have used.
The screen opens to 135 degrees (or 45 degrees against the tabletop). I was disappointed it did not open to a full 180, but I can work with it. Screen brightness is listed at 220 nits (on the low end), but don’t let that deter you; it is as bright as my 8 year old Macbook and my Lenovo laptop assigned by work. For indoor use, it works just fine. If you work outside, you will have to find shade. The display quality is not the best, but perfectly useable. It is an IPS display, which provides better viewing angles and color rendition. The 11.6″ screen is enough real estate for watching videos and reading the news. I can type this review and read my email side by side. This is also a touch screen, which seems to work fine in my limited experience. When laying down with the Chromebook on my chest, it’s nice to just browse using the touchscreen. I have downloaded a few Android games, and they work great on the touchscreen. IMO spend more for the touch screen if you want to use Android apps.
The keyboard is a comfortable size. I am typing efficiently without making lots of mistakes. Most of the keys are where you expect them to be. The specialized Chrome keys don’t interfere. The keys themselves have a nice, positive response. Equally responsive is the trackpad, which comes with a full repertoire of gestures for scrolling, zooming, and viewing apps. One thing I noticed is you can only physically click on the botton half of the touchpad, but I usually tap to click.
The on-board speakers are a nice surprise. They are loud and clear. An audiophile might find them slightly tinny, but I can listen to music for hours using just these speakers. There is minimal distortion when I crank the volume up to max. Of course, there is a headphone jack and bluetooth capability.
32 gigs of memory may be challenged if you install a lot of apps. The Chrome System takes up about 13 GB on its own. I have inserted a 128 GB Micro SD card, which can be used as storage for Android apps that support it. For example, I can download music from Youtube Music to my SD card. Documents from the Text editor and Camera app can be directed to the SD card as well.
Regarding the processor, I don’t do anything that has taxed this system yet. I usually only have a couple of tabs and apps open, and I play a few games. Keep in mind this is the same processor on the almost universally lauded Lenovo Duet Chromebook, so it is no slouch.
The 720p webcam is adquate for web conferencing, taking snapshots or recording videos. It’s a little grainy with indoor lighting. People seem to hear me fine using the internal microphone, but works best if you are sitting right in front of the computer. The mic input can be adjusted if you expand the volume options in the wifi/battery/time options.
One last cool thing is you can charge this Chromebook with a phone charger (with the right cable). It is slow, and must be done while the Chromebook is not in use. I was able to get 15% per hour using a basic phone charger. It might be nice if you are traveling and don’t need to lug around the clunky power supply that comes with this Chromebook.
Overall, I am happy with my purchase. This is a nice value package that delivers.
A Brown –
I didn’t realize how small it was however it’s a nice laptop,the screen did go black for a full day, it was charged an everything,for some weird reason it came back on, that’s the only issue I’ve had with it