HP ProBook x360 11 G7 launched for students and education
HP has announced the launch of the HP ProBook x360 11 G7 Education that will be widely available by the end of next month.
The new system will succeed the ProBook x360 11 G6 EE last year by replacing the Core i3-10110Y CPU with the faster Celeron N5100, N4500 and Pentium Silver N6000 options.
Other than switching the CPU, the chassis will still be generally identical which means there won’t be major changes in weight, dimensions, port options, or even screen resolution. The detailed 360 ° wide-angle web camera, MIL-STD 810H certification, and the Gorilla Glass touchscreen remain intact.
A suite of security apps found on standard ProBook laptops will also be available here, including HP Sure Sense and BIOSPhere.
HP remains silent on pricing for now.
Intel Celeron N5100, N4500, and Pentium Silver N6000 CPU options
11.6-inch TN or IPS option, only 768p (without 1080p)
4 GB to 8 GB LPDDR4x soldered RAM
64, 128, 256 GB SSD
Dual USB-C 3.1 with DP, PD, HDMI, 3.5mm audio, RJ-45.
Company Profile HP
The company has a very successful line of printers, scanners, digital cameras, calculators, digital assistants, servers, computers, workstations, and personal computers. Many of these computers were the result of a merger with Compaq. Your trigger.
Usually shortened to HP), it was an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California, that developed and provided a variety of hardware components, as well as related software and services to consumers, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and large companies, including This includes clients in the government, health and education sectors. Founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto, California, by Bill Hewlett and David Packard in 1939, the company initially produced a range of electronic testing and measuring equipment. The Hewlett-Packard garage at 367 Edison Avenue is now designated a California State Historic Landmark, and is marked with a plaque describing the place as “the birthplace of Silicon Valley.”