HP Announces HP Education Edition Windows Devices Targeted On Classrooms

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HP yesterday announced Education Edition tablets and a notebooks targeted towards classrooms in schools. HP Education Editions are built tough to withstand the rigors of daily academic use and feature battery-life that can last the entire school day. HP Education Editions feature: all-new toughened designs created specifically for schools, serviceable batteries that can last all school day.

  • The HP Pro Tablet 10 EE Education Edition Tablets are built to survive the rigors of schools, toughened with IP52 rating for dust and moisture, and designed to pass drop tests.4 Both tablets feature a 10-inch diagonal HD touch anti-glare display, with a family of optional learning accessories like a tethered and garaged stylus and hard-wired keyboard base5 that meets student assessment requirements — all at a price that makes 1:1 learning affordable.
  • The HP ProBook 11 Education Edition notebook is constructed using co-molded industrial rubber — this education notebook is built to last, wherever learning happens.  The corners, grips and edges are encased in this new material to enhance structural strength while conserving weight. The powerful and versatile HP ProBook 11 EE boasts up to Intel® Core™ performance with optional touchscreen, empowering breakthrough experiences miles beyond netbooks.
  • HP Cloud-first devices are mobile, affordable and manageable. Priced for education and enabled to harness the power of the cloud are the HP Stream 11 Pro for Education. HP Stream 11 Pro includes Windows 8.1 Pro, and offers up to 8-hours of battery life.  Qualified school IT personnel can manage these “cloud-first” devices using Microsoft® Windows™ Intune™ and Active Directory.

Source: HP

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