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If you ever had a laptop conk out mid-project, you know how worrisome it is to wonder if all your stuff is backed up. And if the laptop was super-pricey, you also know how expensive it’ll be to fix (we're looking at you Apple MacBook Air).
Alleviate all that stress with the HP 14 Touch Chromebook. It'll automatically back up everything to your Google account via Google Drive. And at $350 for the Chromebook plus access to a whole mess of subscription services (listed below), this bundle is an unbelievable $263 off (if purchased separately) at QVC.
And if you’d rather not pay $350 all at once (and, really, why should you?), QVC lets you opt for five 'Easy Pays' of just $70, with no interest. New to QVC? You can get an additional $10 off with promo code OFFER at checkout. Kind of new to QVC? Second-time QVC shoppers get an extra $10 off with coupon code HELLO10 at checkout. Score!
Originally priced at $613 for the QVC bundle, the sleek, incredibly thin HP 14 Chromebook is powerful, thanks to its speedy Intel Celeron N4000 chip paired with 4GB of memory and 32GB of on-board storage. The HP Chromebook also has an impressive 14-inch touchscreen WLED display. Its 14-hour battery life will get you through a full day of work and an evening of play. Its twin USB-C ports make for handy plug-ins for keyboards, mice, hard drives and more.
In addition, the Chromebook runs the latest version of ChromeOS, so you know you'll get speedy results. And unlike Windows 10 or macOS laptops, with long loading times and complicated app downloads, you just log in to your Gmail account via Google Chrome and you’re good to go.
Rich and punchy sound
What's that? You need great sound too? Well, this HP 14 Chromebook comes with dual speakers from the state-of-the-art-ists at B&O (Bang & Olufsen). Their clear and robust tones and punchy bass will put you right in the concert hall or the conference room, even without headphones.
Don't worry; we haven't forgotten about those free subscription services. Check it out: You get one-year subscriptions to Hotspot Shield Premium for online privacy and VPN (virtual private network) access (a $96 value), Britannica Premium for comprehensive online information and general knowledge (a $75 value), Hello-Hello to learn a new language (a $60 value), piZap Pro for online photo editing (a $36 value) and LiveXLive Plus for live concert streaming (a $48 value).
And oh yeah: It comes with three-month passes to Pandora Premium for unlimited ad-free music streaming (a $30 value), ckbk (not a typo; it's pronounced 'cookbook') for recipes and meal prep (a $12.50 value) and Mailstrom.com Basic for email management (a $21 value).
We're gonna turn you into a criminal, because at $350 (down from$613 for the bundle), this HP 14 Touch Chromebook is a steal. It’s a reliable and speedy little powerhouse that’s great for working from home or just watching Netflix — especially with its pristine 14-inch touchscreen display. All you need is a Gmail account and a Wi-Fi connection to get started. And it comes in three colors, including silver, white and teal.
In short, grab it while you can!
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