Along with Acer, Samsung and Lenovo, add HP to the small group that’s making Chromebooks. The Pavilion 14 Chromebook comes with a 14-inch screen, the largest to date as well as the same software as the other Chromebooks. It is built around an Intel Celeron processor, up to 4GB of RAM and 16GB of solid state flash memory for quick starts and comes with a Trusted Protection Module (TPM) for enhanced security. Even with HDMI and USB ports as well as wired Ethernet and wireless WiFi communications, it weighs 4-pounds. The Pavilion Chromebook comes with 100GB of online storage for two years and costs $330.