Know that phrase, “Jack of all trades, master of none”? Yea no one at Google has heard that one either. The latest example comes in the form of an announcement that HP is the latest computer company to offer a Chromebook, expanding the internet giant’s reach into the consumer market after previous partnerships with Acer, Lenovo, and Samsung. Featuring a 14-inch 720 display (the biggest of all the Chromebooks to date), a dual-core Intel Celeron processor, 16 GB of built-in flash storage, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the Pavillion Chromebook puts all of the best of what Google has to offer at your fingertips in one neat, affordable package. The PC also includes an HD camera, 100 GB of Google Drive cloud storage for two years, and the brand’s entire app arsenal already built-in with additional extras available via their Chromestore. The only downer from the whole package is the mere 4.25 hour battery life. The HP Pavilion Chromebook is on sale now in the United States via HPDirect.com for $330.