Hmm, I thought that model turned on the backlight for the keyboard when you press any key, but you would likely have noticed that. It's new enough I haven't seen one yet, so can't verify if that's what is supposed to happen.
To turn on autocorrect or spell check: If you haven't already, sign in to your Chromebook. At the bottom right, select the time. Or press Alt + Shift + s. Select Settings . Under "Device," select Keyboard Change language and input settings. Select Input method. Next to your enabled keyboard, select New tab .
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Oct 21, 2013 · But one variation of the HP Chromebook 14 will offer up the holy grail of Chromebook options: a backlit keyboard. Only one Chrome OS device released thus far offers a backlit keyboard – and it’s the one most can’t afford: the Chromebook Pixel. Precisely when the HP model sporting this long-sought feature will peek out is unknown.
Press and hold the Fn key ( ), and then press the Backlit key ( ) to toggle the keyboard light off and on.
Most of the time you just need to press F5 to activate the backlit. Heres a link for the complete guideline https://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c01612362 Regards,