HP Chromebook x2 12-f014dx

HP Chromebook x2 12-f014dx 12-f014dx
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Release Date: June 2018
EoL: June 2024
Codename: soraka
Board Names: soraka, poppy
Android Apps: Yes
Linux Apps (Crostini): Yes
GalliumOS Support: Yes
Custom Firmware: Yes
Display: 12.3" 2400x1600 (3:2) IPS, 234 PPI touchscreen, 400 cd/m², Glossy finish, Gorilla Glass
Battery: 10 hours
Dimensions: 29.21 x 21.13 x 0.84 cm (11.5 x 8.32 x 0.33 in)
Weight: 1.39 kg (3.07 lb)
SoC / CPU: Intel Core m3-7Y30
Kaby Lake dual core @ 1GHz - 2.6GHz
GPU: Intel HD 615 24 core @ 300MHz
Fanless: Yes
Memory: 4GiB
Storage: 32GB eMMC
Expansion: MicroSD Card Reader
Wi-Fi: 802.11ac dual band (2.4GHz, 5GHz)
Bluetooth: 4.2
Multimedia: 13MP Webcam
Microphone
Ports: 3.5mm Headset Jack
USB 3.0 Type C x 2
Colors: White
Other: Active Stylus Pen Compatible
Detachable Keyboard
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8 Comments

  • Travis Macaraég says:

    A couple of important missing specs/features:
    Micro SD card slot.
    Display is detachable from keyboard.
    Stylus included.

    • Chromebook Expert says:

      Hi Travis! We added the missing details – thanks! The MicroSD card was a hard one to find, and isn’t in the official specs. We found a few photos showing a MicroSD slot so we are confident it will have one. The stylus and detachable keyboard were new features we had to add to our database model, and we will be adding search features for those soon!

      BTW, this model has just shown up for preorder at Best Buy:
      https://chromebookdb.com/blog/hp-chromebook-x2-12-f014dx-preorder-now-available/

  • David Clewell says:

    Is the power charger like a micro phone charger or is it a special connector?

  • Thomas says:

    Display is only comaptible with ‘WACOM AES 1.0″ active styluses. Important to note as there are many many different types of active styluses available, like N-trig or Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP), Wacom EMR, Wacom AES 2.0, and none of these work on the x2, only AES 1.0. Would be great if the DB had details on the screen digitzer that each Chromebook uses so people know which type of active stylus to use. A basic list here was created on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/stylus/wiki/index#wiki_android_and_chromebook_tablets_and_devices

    • Chromebook Expert says:

      That’s pretty interesting. Thanks for the link. I’ll try and figure out what to do with this data once I can wrap my mind around it a bit more.

  • Thomas says:

    Also, it is Active Stylus compatible, but it also *includes* an active stylus in the box. Some HP Chromebooks aren’t coming with styluses in the box, so it would be good if it said something like ‘Active stylus compatible (Wacom AES 1.0 protocol). Included in box’

    • Chromebook Expert says:

      Thanks for the detail. To be able to post what’s in the box for any given Chromebook is a monumental task and requires direct consumer knowledge. One day when I get around to adding Wiki editing (and liberate myself from having to maintain the database alone), I’d welcome people with this kind of knowledge to contribute to custom fields.

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