Quick! Get this student-friendly HP Chromebook while it's on sale for $140

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Stealing is wrong, but the HP Chromebook 14 for $140 is a steal and you should go ahead and steal it. (Photo: HP)
Stealing is wrong, but the HP Chromebook 14 for $140 is a steal and you should go ahead and steal it. (Photo: HP)

Do you have a kid starting school, like, now? Here's your chance to score an excellent deal on a Chromebook — but you need to act fast.

For a limited time, and while supplies last, Adorama has the HP Chromebook 14 for $140 shipped. That's $140 off the regular price and one of the best deals I've seen on this model.

$140 $280 at Adorama

While far from the most powerful PC you can get, the snow-white Chromebook 14 can accommodate most grade-school needs. It has a Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a webcam for the inevitable Zoom sessions.

You also get four USB ports (including one USB-C), more than enough to handle external devices. There's an HDMI port as well in case you want to connect an external monitor.

And you might want to: Although the 14-inch screen is plenty roomy, it has a native resolution of just 1,366 x 768. That's fine for basic stuff like word processing, but photos and videos won't look razor-sharp like they would on a full-HD (1,920 x 1,080) screen. An external monitor should afford that resolution, though I'm not positive, as HP doesn't list that spec anywhere I can find.

But, again, for school kids, this will absolutely get the job done, and for a price that's all but impossible to beat. My guess: This will sell out quickly.

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