HP announce new laptops for the educational market

HP has updated its range of devices for the Educational market, an increasing focus for Microsoft and their OEMs as they seek to maintain PC sales.

The company has announced the ProBook convertible x360 11 G3 and G4 EE , as well as a laptop called Stream 11 Pro G5 all focused on the education sector.

HP ProBook x360 11 G3
screen11.6 inches
ProcessorIntel Celeron or Pentium
RAM8 GB
Storage64 GB eMMC or 128, 256 GB SSD
OSWindows 10

HP ProBook x360 11 G5
screen11.6 inches
ProcessorIntel Core m3 or i5
RAM8 GB
Storage128, 256 GB SSD
OSWindows 10

HP Stream 11 Pro G5
screen11.6 inches
ProcessorIntel Celeron or Pentium
RAM8 GB
Storage64, 128 GB eMMC
OSWindows 10

The big difference between the ProBook and the HP Stream is that the latter only has a hinge of up to 180 °, while the ProBook has a hinge of 360 °.

Prices and availability

The ProBook x360 G3 and the Stream 11 Pro G5 will hit the market in December while the ProBook x360 G4 is only arriving in spring of 2019.  The pricing has not been announced yet.

Via Microsofters.com

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