A pair of new Chromebooks are on their way to Australia via HP and if you've been wondering about what sort of hardware these machines will pack, you've come to the right place. You'll have to wait for October to get your hands on them, but it's probably a good idea to find out if they're what you need in the first place.
Ausdroid's Daniel Tyson managed to get a few more details from HP about the exact specifications we can expect in the Chromebook 11 and 14.
Contrary to information previously provided by HP, the 14-inch model will sport a resolution of 1366 x 768, rather than full HD (usually 1920 x 1080). You can also expect four colours of the larger notebook, as well as 2GB and 4GB versions, while the Chromebook 11 will come in just the solitary silver.
On the CPU side, the Chromebook 14 will have a 2.1GHz, 32-bit Tegra K1 CD570M, while the 11-inch machine will come with a 2.16GHz Celeron N2830.
If you find straight text a sub-optimal way to absorb this information, you'll find a handy comparison table over at Ausdroid (along with pricing).