In case you are looking for a new rugged laptop but can convert into many types of forms, then HP has a new one for you. It’s called the ProBook x360 11 Education Edition and features an 11.6-inch display. The display is covered by the Gorilla Glass 4 for extra durability.
The HP ProBook x360 has a touchscreen display, which has the resolution at 1,366 x 768 pixels. The power of this rugged convertible laptop is the Pentium N4200. You can also choose Intel Celeron N3350 as well.
It has 8GB of RAM memory and comes with 256GB of SSD (solid-state drive) storage. This HP rugged convertible laptop comes pre-loaded with an application, named “Take a Test”. When you turn this app on, it will lock down most features of your laptop. Instead, you can only use a web browser for doing a test or something like that. The ability to access other files, as well as the copy & paste function is restricted.
According to the official information from HP, this rugged convertible laptop will be available on the market by December 16. It will have a price tag at $329.What do you think about this laptop? Is it useful for students?
In my opinion, the HP ProBook x360 would be an excellent choice for students, who just want to complete simple tasks at school. For other heavy tasks, I wouldn’t recommend using this laptop because it’s not high enough.