HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook review: the best Chromebook, but one you probably shouldn’t buy

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HP’s Elite Dragonfly Chromebook is one of the nicest Chromebooks we’ve ever seen. It has a gorgeous screen, powerful internals, a great keyboard and trackpad and solid industrial design. It also has a jaw-dropping price, starting at well over $1,000. That’s a ton of money for any laptop, let alone one that runs ChromeOS. Google’s cloud-based operating system is mature, capable and easy to use, but we’re still looking at a laptop where the excellent hardware is held back by the software.

Pros: Outstanding display, Great keyboard and trackpad, Powerful hardware, ChromeOS continues to get better

Cons: Battery life is good but not great, Screen only refreshes at 60Hz, Wildly expensive

Engadget Score: 75

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