HP announces ProBook x360 11 G3, x360 11 G4, and Stream 11 Pro G5 for educational use
HP has an enormous presence in the business sector and it has been hitting home runs with its well-received consumer Spectre family of flagship laptops. Still, the world's largest PC manufacturer doesn't want us to forget that it also serves educational institutions as well. HP has revealed a trio of Education Edition (EE) laptops today each equipped with HP School Pack 3.5 software designed to enhance classroom learning.
The first system is the 11.6-inch ProBook x360 11 G3 EE convertible equipped with a 6 W Celeron N4100 or Pentium Silver N5000 processor. Its chassis is trimmed with shock-absorbing rubber, a spill-resistant keyboard, and a Gorilla Glass 3 display for improved durability. The IPS display, however, will be limited to 768p.
Lastly, the 11.6-inch Stream 11 Pro G5 is your classic traditional laptop with the same CPU options as the ProBook x360 11 G3 EE. Color options like blue or green will be made available for certain SKUs to appeal to students.
The ProBook x360 11 G3 EE and Stream 11 Pro G5 will be available next month in December while the ProBook x360 11 G4 EE is not scheduled to launch until early 2019. Starting prices are still unknown for the time being, but be sure to check out the official specs below for more information.