HP has announced the launch of the new ProBook x360 11 Education Edition rugged convertible laptop. It comes packed with an 11.6-inch (1366 x 768) touchscreen, powered by a Pentium N4200 or Intel Celeron N3350 processor, an 8GB RAM and 256 GB of inbuilt storage.
Talking about the built quality, this laptop is covered with an industrial rubber casing and can be customized with extra Gorilla Glass 4-strengthened panel for extra durability.
Moreover, the ProBook X360 comes with an inbuilt app called as “Take a Test” that basically recreates the modern test taking procedure. This app creates a browser-based, locked-down environment for more secure, online assessments, that won’t have copy/paste option and access to other files.
Similarly, there is another app namely “Set up School PCs” that helps them set up devices in three easy steps, even with no dedicated IT support.
Also, this laptop comes with is powered by a battery that offers up to 11 hours of power in single charge. Further, it comes equipped with a USB Type C, 2 USB 3.0 ports, a headphone jack, Ethernet and a MicroSD reader.
The HP ProBook x360 11 Education Edition will be available at $329 (approx. Rs. 23,000) from December 16.
In a official blog post, Microsoft said:
The device switches easily between four modes, and since students are constantly moving around with their computers, the ProBook x360 11 Education Edition is encased in hard, industrial rubber and its screens feature optional damage-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass. HP engineers put the computer through its rigorous HP Total Test Process, which involved dropping hundreds of computers from an elevation of 29.5 inches (about the same height as an average school desk). Together with Windows 10, this device is an awesome option for students and teachers.