HP introduces its latest notebook designed for learning

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HP announced the introduction of their latest new notebook the HP ProBook x360 11 G5. The all-new HP ProBook x360 11 Education Edition design ushers in a new era of ruggedised learning for schools.

Fit-for-purpose engineering has yielded HP’s most rugged education PC ever which can withstand drops, resist spills, and keep keys where they belong: on the keyboard. The slim-but-tough PC features a versatile 360-degree design, the HP School Pack software suite, dual camera system, and touch/pen interactions to help students create and learn how they choose. The devices are the world’s first rugged convertible to support book mode for hands-free reading.

The HP ProBook x360 11 G5 EE features:
Robust and durable design. Experience a thin and light, yet durable, device that survives the school day. Enhanced bumpers and reinforced corners withstand a 122 cm drop test on plywood, a reinforced power port prevents damage, and the keyboard resists picks and minor spills. The device passed 13 MIL-STD 810G tests plus enhanced education testing.

Smart, efficient teaching and learning. Enables students to transition quickly between writing documents, running STEM applications, and editing videos with the latest Intel processors.

Fast, dependable network connections for learning in the cloud. The world’s first rugged convertible with optional Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 AX), a giant leap forward in wireless connectivity, providing gigabit speed and reliability in device-dense school environments.

IT-friendly manageability for easy deployment and security to protect student data. Efficiently manage and protect student devices with integrated software tools like the HP Manageability Integration Kit and HP BIOSphere Gen5. The HP BIOSphere Gen5 firmware ecosystem keeps productivity high with automatic updates and security checks. And, it’s the world’s first rugged convertible with a privacy camera. The HP Privacy Camera has a physical shutter and protective firmware to protect against malicious surveillance.