As technology advances the uses in classroom increases too, HP has targetted the design and creation of this device with students and teachers in mind. In addition to the impressive built-in features like a touchscreen that allows Windows Ink, this PC also has student-friendly features, and that includes an active pen to make math, art, note-taking in OneNote or highlighting in Microsoft Edge easier than ever.
The new laptop is called the ProBook x360 Education Edition. It typically takes what would otherwise be a low-end convertible laptop. Makes it into a device for schools by adding in a few of great hardware and software features and a rugged build.
The New HP ProBook x360 Specs And Features
HP today announced the new ProBook x360 Education Edition laptop an 11-inch laptop Equipped by either a Pentium N4200 or Intel Celeron N3350 processor. Comes with up to 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage. To support rough handling of students, the Probook is also covered by industrial rubber casing which protects it from falls and you can also personalize it with a Gorilla Glass 4-stronger panel for extra durability. Engineers of HP has put the device through its rigorous HP Total Test Process, involving dropping hundreds of computers from an elevation of 29.5 inches (about the same height as a regular school desk).
For the students, this device has an optional "explorer mode" dual camera system which comes with 1080p HD camera embedded on the keyboard deck to allow students to take video in tablet mode while viewing what they're recording in real-time. This "explorer mode" makes project-based education and content creation simple and fun but educational.
The New HP ProBook x360: Availability
The HP ProBook x360 11 Education Edition will be available across the globe on Dec. 16. Head over to HP's blog post to learn more. Stay tuned for more updates.