The New Way To Work


With the rise of today’s increasingly mobile workforce, we’re seeing a shift away from antiquated office environments. Technology advancements are evolving the traditional cubicle into mobile work stations where employees use their device of choice while no longer being chained to their desk. This has been a contributing factor to a massive wave of innovation we are seeing with some of the most well-designed business devices that eliminate physical work barriers of the past.

One of the latest and greatest examples of this is the recently introduced HP Chromebook 13 powered by the 6th Generation Intel® Core™ m processor. Customers considering Chromebooks get a range of productivity and mobility they need to work more efficiently for today’s office environment. A couple of things to highlight from a mobility perspective: with our 6th Generation Intel Core m processor inside, it means that employees can enjoy a long battery life, up to 10 hours, if they’re working on the go. It also means that they can have a great experience multitasking moving quickly across apps and browsing. HP and Google also achieved a first as this the thinnest and lightest Chromebook on the market measuring in at 12.9 mm when closed and weighing 2.86 pounds.

On the heels of our recent launch, businesses of all sizes are reacting positively to our portfolio of businesses solutions—from Intel Unite for conference room collaboration, to Intel Core and Intel Core vPro for business, these solutions are facilitating a new and better way to work. The HP Chromebook 13 is a great example of the continued innovation we’re driving with our partners.

Check out HP’s announcement and Google’s blog to learn more.


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Chad Constant

About Chad Constant

Over his 17 years with Intel, Chad has served in a number of roles in sales, marketing, strategy and operations across clients, servers and mobile devices. His current role is director of marketing for business clients with a focus on all efforts related to Intel’s business strategy including platform feature requirements, messaging and user experience.