HP launches ProBook x360 11 G7 for students and education
CES week is oftentimes filled with exciting and ridiculous announcements that overshadow the smaller down-to-Earth announcements. One of these is the launch of the HP ProBook x360 11 G7 Education Education set to become widely available by the end of next month. The new system will succeed last year's ProBook x360 11 G6 EE by replacing the Core i3-10110Y CPU with faster Celeron N5100, N4500, and Pentium Silver N6000 options.
Other than the CPU swap, the chassis will remain identical gen-over-gen meaning there will be no major changes to weight, dimensions, port options, or even display resolution. The wide-angle webcam, 360-degree hinges, MIL-STD 810H certification, and Gorilla Glass touchscreen features remain intact as well.
A handful of security applications present on standard ProBook laptops will also be available here including HP Sure Sense and BIOSPhere.
HP is remaining mum on prices at the moment.
- Intel Celeron N5100, N4500, and Pentium Silver N6000 CPU options
- 11.6-inch TN or IPS option, 768p only (no 1080p)
- 4 GB to 8 GB LPDDR4x soldered RAM
- 64, 128, 256 GB SSD
- 48 Wh battery
- 2x USB-C 3.1 w/ DP and PD, HDMI, 3.5 mm combo audio, RJ-45