A few years ago, when HP was still using its original laptop business, it launched its HP Pavilion laptop.
The Pavilion was designed to be a good alternative to the Dell XPS 13, but as the year wore on, HP realized it was not ready for a true laptop replacement, and it ended up selling off its laptop business.
It has been selling its Dell brand for some time now, and today the company is releasing a new laptop that can actually be used as a desktops laptop.
The HP Pavilion 15 is an ultrabook, but not a laptop.
It is designed to do two things: run full Windows 8.1, and run Google’s Chrome OS.
The HP Pavilion is not a replacement for a desktop PC, nor is it a replacement to an older laptop, as HP says.
The Dell Xps 13 and 15, with their thin, light designs and relatively cheap price tags, offer great value for money.
However, the HP Pavilion’s thin design makes it easy to carry around, and its thin form factor makes it a great alternative to a laptop as it is easy to move around, too.
What makes the HP Chromebook 15 unique is that it is a thin, low-cost, Chrome OS laptop.
This means that you can actually use it as a laptop and work from home, and there are no extra cords to worry about.
I used the HP 15 as my primary desktop for a couple of weeks before I switched to using my laptop as my daily work device, and the Chromebook 15 proved to be perfect for that.
I have yet to encounter a laptop that is both a good value and a good laptop for what it is: a thin laptop.
The HP Chromebook can be purchased at Amazon, but it also comes with a $100 credit that you need to use to pay for the Chromebook.
The price for the HP laptop is a bit more than the Dell laptop, at $1,699.99, but that is probably just to make it easier for consumers to buy.
If you want a Chromebook, this is a great option.