After encountering a few unexpected charging hiccups and being temporarily pulled from retail, the HP Chromebook 11 has returned stronger than ever, both in a Wi-Fi only version and with added 4G LTE support.

HP Chromebook 11 HP Chromebook 11 returns to Play Store and Amazon, LTE version also available via Best Buy

To avoid overheating going forward, HP reportedly redesigned the 11-incher’s power adapter, shipping the new Chromebook through Google’s Play Store and Amazon. Pricing has been kept in check, so the little thing is still fairly affordable, at $279.99.

Meanwhile, to throw in some extra functionality and productivity, HP and Big G have decided to roll out a variant capable of on-the-go browsing, though for now you can’t exactly pick any US network that offers high-speed connectivity.

Just Verizon, plus you’ll need to swing by a Best Buy brick and mortar store to grab the LTE HP Chromebook 11. Also, this particular configuration of the mini-laptop is not quite dirt-cheap, going for $379.

HP Chromebook 11 2 HP Chromebook 11 returns to Play Store and Amazon, LTE version also available via Best Buy

On the bright side, you may be eligible for a rebate once signing up for a Big Red $10 monthly data plan, so ultimately the LTE Chromebook will be yours for $329. Not too shabby since it packs 1.7 GHz Samsung Exynos 5 Dual oomph, 2 GB RAM, a 16 GB SSD and 6-hour or so battery.

Besides, the built-in Altair 4G chip basically cancels the argument this Chrome OS-powered machine is useless when lacking Internet access, as it can technically keep you connected whenever, wherever, however. Be afraid, Windows ultrabooks and Apple Macbooks, be very, very afraid.

Sources: Liliputing, The Verge