HP is now launching its series of Chrome OS devices such as Chromebooks and Chromebox, as well as a device as a service plan. The move follows after Dell spoke of the particulars of its plan to bring Chrome OS devices into the market. Dell was able to launch its Chromebook products in service and support plans for enterprises.
A blog post by HP pointed out that since more enterprises were seeking Chromebooks because employees are usually using web applications abundantly.
They will now be expanding to include multi-OS supported devices including the Chrome OS. HP has outlined its plans for the following few devices:
- The HP Chromebook Enterprise x360 14E G1 – Chromebook 2 in one which features the Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and works for 13 hours.
- HP Chromebook Enterprise 14A G5 – Laptop running on AMD A4 and A6 processors.
- HP Chromebox Enterprise G2 – Designed for frontline workers and shared workspaces. Configured for kiosks and digital signage.
These will be made available in the months of October and November of 2019. They will be included in HP’s Daas plan from November.