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HP Chromebook 14-q070nr - Intel Celeron 2955U(1.4GHz) 14" 4GB Memory 16GB SSD Intel HD Graphics

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  • Intel 4th Gen Haswell Celeron 2955U(1.40GHz)
  • 4GB Memory 16GB SSD
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 1366 x 768
  • Chrome OS
  • 100GB Google Cloud Storage
  • Free 200MB 4G Data per Month for 2 Years

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HP Pavilion Chromebook - 14-q070nr

HP Pavilion 14-q070nr Chromebook

With the HP Chromebook running lightning-fast Chrome OS, the best of Google is at hand on a colorfully sleek and stylish notebook. Access your favorite websites and Google apps instantly on a beautiful 14-inch diagonal HD display. Auto-synch your data and stay connected everywhere with built-in 4G connectivity.



HP Pavilion 14-q070nr Chromebook Feature
  • Browse on the Big Screen
    Websites and apps really pop on this Chromebook’s 14-inch diagonal HD display.
  • Sleek Design
    Take this Chromebook anywhere, thanks to a compact design.
  • Solid State Drive
    Boot up or wake up quickly. Thanks to a solid-state drive (SSD) and cloud storage, you can get to all your favorite stuff faster.
  • HP TrueVision HD Webcam
    Capture all the details with vibrant clarity. Enjoy a more dynamic web chat experience, thanks to the HP TrueVision HD Webcam.
  • Chrome Experience
    Take your web experience to new heights with fun and exciting Google Chrome apps. Immerse yourself in intuitive tools for work and play.
  • No Wi-Fi? No Problem. Free 4G.
    Don’t worry about connecting, even when you go beyond the bounds of Wi-Fi with free 4G for two years. And, for those who are constantly on the go, add flexible data passes at low rates as you need it, still with no annual contract or overage fees.


Product Highlights

Key Points

  • 100GB of Google Drive storage: Store and access your files and content anywhere with 100GB of Google Drive storage, free for 2 years
  • 12 Free sessions of GoGo® Inflight Internet
  • Free mobile Internet service up to 200MB of 4G data per month with no annual contract


Store and share. Worry free.

Store and Share - Worry Free
Google Drive lets you store up to 100GB of data all in one place, so you can access and share your photos, files, videos and documents across all your devices – whether you're at home or on the go. And automatic backups mean you'll never have to worry about losing what matters.

Exclusive features


HD Display
14-inch diagonal display with wide viewing angles, rich colors, and sharp graphics

Equipped with an SSD, USB 2.0 or 3.0 & Samsung processor

Online, All the Time
Stay connected with Wi-Fi and built-in optional 3G and 4G connectivity

Ultra Slim
This product is ultra-slim, less than an inch thick



Processor Intel Celeron 2955U 1.4GHz
Screen 14" Widescreen, 1366 x 768
Memory 4GB DDR3 1600
Storage 16GB SSD, 100GB Google Cloud Storage
Graphics Intel HD Graphics
Operation System Google Chrome OS
Communications 2x2 802.11a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth
Battery 4-Cell Lithium Ion

What's in the Box

What's in the Box


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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Bruce M.
  • 11/22/2014 10:33:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsFailed 3 times in 12 months

Pros: The 14" display and large keyboard are nice.

Cons: Bought for daughter last Christmas. Completely died in 2nd month. Refurb provided. Touchpaid stopped working 2 months later and it took some severe pressure to get a replacement instead of a repair. Now, at 10 months, the screen looks like half a broken glass..

I have bought $20k of HP products in the last 10 years and thinking of going back to Dell for all my consulting, friend, and family needs.

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5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Chromebook

Pros: 4GB memory
T-mobile 4G free (200MB/mo)
14" screen
HP quality

Cons: The screen can look washed out when viewing off angle, so some 11" Chromebook screens look better
A Chromebook can't completely replace Windows, considering there is always some software you may need that still only works in Windows.

Other Thoughts: As a piece of hardware it seems well built to me, the design and materials are first rate (given that it is relatively inexpensive). The 14" screen is so much better than 11" (for my needs), but can look very washed out from off angles. The dual-core Celeron processor can occasionally slow down a little when first loading webpages with lots of simultaneous scripts, video ads, etc. The 4GB RAM (instead of 2GB) helps keep performance smooth with lots of open tabs. The Chrome OS is just the Chrome browser primarily, but is optimized for browsing so performance is good.

It's very very difficult right now (though not impossible) for malware to to gain a foothold on a Chromebook (everything is checked when booting up). The browser is still susceptible to Chrome adware, spyware, etc., but the built-in Powerwash feature will clean away just about anything (it takes only a minute or two, and I sometimes do that before important online financial transactions, just in case). If that for some reason isn't enough for you, you can always restore the original OS image in less than an hour to fresh from the factory condition. Only someone with physical access to your computer could somehow possibly get around that. If you're concerned about privacy, not logging in and browsing as a guest completely avoids anything Google.

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5 out of 5 eggswelldone

Pros: As with Chromebooks it does what it was designed for/ not as heavy on your lap as a regular 14 inch laptops the weight is at 4 lbs. spread out is hardly noticed,quick and responsive,Have been using an Acer C 720 and wanted something a bit larger and this fits the bill.the 3 USB ports is a nice feature and it comes with T mobile for life " connect anywhere you get Phone connection with T mobile a nice feature and 12 Flight session on any US Airline on domestic flights,Battery is about what's advertised ,I get about 8 hours "some might get more "

Cons: The Con right now is the Price here in New egg - is to high, I got it much cheaper,elsewhere if you do search,Newegg should do a search and match the price,
Same identical,specks, Only thing it doesn't come in Black color

Other Thoughts: I was debating going with a windows 8.1 I'm glad of this choice.

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  • Samuel R.
  • 8/22/2014 6:32:14 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggswifi troubles

Pros: Small, Lightweight, quick booting, decent price

Cons: Since I bought this product, I have been attempting every fix possible that I have found for the WIFI to work correctly. I have 8 other wireless products in my house that have no issues and can travel up to 30 feet away from the router with absolutely no issues, yet if I am 10 feet from it with the Chromebook 14, I am consistently dropping connection or when I am not dropping, the browser takes an extremely long amount of time to load web pages or streams.

With much research, I have realized that many people end up having the same issue and have to return the product for a new one but as I need the product for my business, I cannot take the chance to get another Chromebook with the same issue. Unfortunately I will have to return it and get a laptop from a more reliable company. I am very disappointed with how this has turned out and will not buy another chrome item because of such.

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  • Mark S.
  • 8/19/2014 4:25:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for about 85% of general computer users

Pros: Super fast internet surfing due to dual radio antennae for wifi, good screen for viewing web content, reading, and movie watching. Free TMobile 4G data for life of the device, 4GB of RAM and Celeron dual core CPU for performance, Ability to install a Linux desktop to run as a second session

Cons: Can't run common Windows applications for those entrenched in WIndows (that is most people), doesn't have native network share support, and doesn't have pinch to zoom even though the touch pad is multi-touch

Other Thoughts: First, let me say that this is my laptop, it is not a desktop replacement, it is used to sit on my lap while I chill on the couch and watch TV or lounge in front of the coffee table. This is hands down the most comfortable laptop resting on my lap. It only weighs 4 lbs, it feel substantial at first, but it lends itself to a sturdy solid feel and not a cheap super light feel that makes you feel like you would break it. The screen size is also perfect for me for viewing email and surfing web content. I also use this to take along to meetings so that I don't have to take my work laptop which is a large desktop replacement. Because this is a wifi device, they made sure that the signal would be fast and strong, and that it is. Set up was a snap and I was up and running in no time. If you already use the Chrome browser in Windows/Linux, then this thing is set. My preferences and bookmarks were there upon log in. I don't use Google Drive much but I can see how the 100GB of space would be useful. I did however buy a 32GB SD car for local storage and haven't had a single issue with it. I bought the class 10 high speed SD card which work at 80MB/s speeds and I have been able to watch movies from the SD card without issue. Over all this is now my goto machine in only 2 weeks! The TMobile data is nice to have in a pinch and the plans are cheap so I might even consider buying an additional 3GB when I plan on going on trips and such. If you already have an office PC or desktop replacement laptop in the house and need additional laptops for surfing the web, email and paying bills this is the way to go. I know that HP is coming out with a lower priced WIndows rig for $200 but in looking at the specs the CPU was much lower than the Chromebook and I a not a fan of the AMD laptop CPU's which I find are not as fast as the Intel ones. That is not to say the desktop CPU's are the same as I have been running AMD CPU's in my desktops for almost 10 yrs now with no issues.I am also running Crouton script to run Ubuntu on a second desktop session with out issues for when I need to do some scripting or coding. I would highly recommend this for older people too who just need to surf the web. The reason is it can't really get viruses and the downloading of malicious files won't damage the machine. All in all this is the way to go and I can totally see this being a great education laptop if they can allow remote administration for schools to control the content.

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  • Omar C.
  • 8/17/2014 8:17:56 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat little Chromebook!!

Pros: Fast, beautiful and battery lasts days!!

Cons: None. I got what I paid for.

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  • Thomas V.
  • 8/1/2014 4:13:40 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWonderful Machine

Pros: -Battery Life
-Sleek Finish
-Comfortable keyboard
-Speaker Quality
-Speedy Chrome OS

Cons: -Isn't a desktop or a laptop so don't expect it to work like one.

Other Thoughts: Definitely going to be very useful around campus this fall, planning on using it for notes in classes when allowed.
Will be buying a hard cover to protect the dirt attractive white surface.
Overall very pleased with my purchase.

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  • Michael N.
  • 6/11/2014 10:31:20 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsLove Chromebooks, Hate this HP

Pros: Affordable. TMobile Data is a nice feature that we dont have on other Chrome Books, speedy response,

Cons: After 6 weeks, the battery stopped charging. The Charge indicator never went above 1%, and the computer would not work without the power adapter. Checked HP forums, and this is a common problem.

Other Thoughts: We are a Cloud consulting company, we sell hundreds of chromebooks a year, and have all the current Chromebooks for customer demos. HP has some work to do before they are ready for prime time. If, you decide to go with HP chromebooks, be certain to have several 'spares' to cover for unexpected downtime. Personally, I would NEVER deploy an HP Chromebook to a VIP or someone who is out of our regular support area.

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  • Jibey A.
  • 5/13/2014 5:41:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWait, this isn't a PC?

Pros: I can't tell you how impressed I am with this chromebook. The LTE setup was a breeze (200MB for LIFE!). It does everything I need to do on a laptop. I should say that I loved using Google Drive well before I got this chromebook.
I expected it to be slow and under-powered- NOPE! It's fast and easy to use. I expect to use this as a back up computer when I didn't want to get the full laptop out, but this is easily replacing my very expensive laptop.
By the way, the battery consumption on this laptop is very good.

Cons: None really. I would have preferred this in black. You know what Henry Ford said...

Other Thoughts: If you like using Google Drive and Gmail, this is a perfect laptop.

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  • Kristen H.
  • 5/10/2014 9:20:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs6 Month Follow Up

Pros: I have now owned this machine for about 6 months. I still give it 5 eggs. Everything I said in my previous review (based off 2 weeks of ownership) remains true. Claiming all the extras was a snap.

The TMobile is an honest to goodness 4G, but the data limit is quite small (some posters seem confused - 4G is not 4GB of data) You do have the option of purchasing more data on demand (pre-paid style) in varying sized chunks.

The device works flawlessly when disconnected from the 'net (see note below in "other", though), so have no fear if you need to get work done out in a dead zone.

The biggest thing I still love about the Chromebook is how everything just works. Right out of the box. All updates happen silently in the background (save for the unobtrusive "restart to update" icon the tray), and the process is absolutely painless. Especially since a restart takes all of 10 seconds and what you were doing before is restored.

It goes a lot of places with me. Even though it's 14" it is so slim and lightweight it is no more obtrusive than a tablet. The battery remains a robust 6-8 hours of use. I recently got off a 5 hour trip and it was only at 60%.

It looks, feels and acts like a FAR more expensive machine than it is. My first impression was the entire chassis and build was good quality and I continue to feel that way. In fact, having splashed coffee on it (not something I care to risk twice...) Mine gets shoved into gym bags, seat pockets, balanced on dashboards, center consoles, tossed onto my bed/couch (lid sometimes opened, sometimes closed), carried around by the open lid, set on the floor, the cats sit on it/walk on the keyboard, sometimes is stored on its side or upside down. It does not have a very gentle life.

Cons: I continue to hate the arrow keys. They are so tiny as to be useless. Unless you have toddler-sized fingers you will fat-thumb them.

It is very difficult (impossible?) to mount your devices to it via USB. I started reading how to get my S4 to mount and I was like "bah. Not worth it." This is probably the biggest current con since I would expect this to just work, and I'm sure one day it will, but not today. This is a big "tsk tsk".

The screen is not anti-glare, which I really wish it was, because I drag my Chromebook everywhere and sometimes that's outside in bright daylight. It's not totally unreadable but I'd love an anti-glare outdoor-suitable screen option.

When I set mine down occasionally it makes a sound like a fan getting stuck/knocked off center. I close the lid or turn it off/on and it stops. It has happened 3 times and while I don't like it happening, I accept that it was a $350 laptop. I hesitated to put this in the con field since I personally can accept the limitations and build-quality compromises on such an inexpensive & slender device, and I also know I do not use my devices "gently" in any sense. But still, I guess it bears mentioning since I know that a device suddenly making some noise is a big deal for a lot of people.

Other Thoughts: Opening multiple "heavy" content tabs will cause there to be some lag- this is due in part to how Chrome handles memory and just the limitations of the processor. It's not that the machine is bad.

While the Chromebook remains highly functional within a net connection, it does become more limited. There is 1 thing to remember and 1 annoying peculiarity.

Thing to remember: if you are using websites (say, Pixlr) to do work, not having a net connection means you will not be doing whatever that was. This is slightly different behavior from a traditional laptop where you would probably have programs locally installed. Plan accordingly.

Annoying Peculiarity: The Google Drive files that are available to you offline are the ones you either create OR the ones already in your Drive. You cannot open an existing document from your local harddrive with Drive while offline. In my case I had downloaded a .csv file so I could work on it while on a plane (which ended up having no Wifi) and when I went to open it with Sheets, it was a no go because I was offline. I did have a local text editor (Text) that was able to open the file and I could get my work done, just with more squinting. There was no difficulty creating a new spreadsheet offline or accessing existing Drive files offline. It was just the inability to bring in an existing non Drive-file that was the problem. Now I know and just bring in all files I need.

I don't consider either of these cons because they are "the nature of the beast"- these machines are meant to work with an internet connection. Being without a connection means reduced function. It doesn't mean they're suddenly a paperweight.

I would buy another one of these machines in a heartbeat.

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