Remember the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook that leaked last week? HP just made it official, and it's available in the United States now for $329.99.

The Chromebook is powered by an Intel Celeron processor with Intel graphics and is equipped with a 16GB solid-state drive. That's not a ton of storage, but remember: Chromebooks are about working in the cloud, and aren't as reliant on local storage. In fact, Google is tossing in 100GB of free storage through Google Drive for two years.

The device is also equipped with HDMI-out, USB 2.0, an ethernet jack, a 3.5mm headphone jack and an HD webcam. It can also ship with up to 4GB of RAM, depending on the model you choose. Not too shabby – are you a Chromebook user?