HP unveiled new Chromebook for school children with Wacom stylus support
HP is one of the companies known to produce high quality devices. Their devices come in different versions. Some are meant for high-income earners while others are for low-income earners. This time around, they have produced another Chromebook targeted at school children. The launch of the new Chromebooks is aimed at making their products accessible to students.
These two products according to them is meant for the education market. The two Chromebooks have gone through the MIL-STD-810G testing and it comes with a spill-resistant keyboard for protection when in use by school children.
An 11˝ IPS touchscreen (1,366 x 768px) was featured in the HP Chromebook x360 11 G2 education edition. Also, the screen 360º can be rotated for use in tablet mode and a Wacom EMR pen is supported. A dual-core Celeron N4000 or quad-core N4100 processor powers the Chromebook and it comes with 8GB RAM and 32/64GB of storage. Another good feature is the battery capacity. The Chromebook came with over 11.5hours battery life and the weight of the PC is just 1.47kg (3.24lbs).
The chrome book 11 G7 EE is almost the same as the sister device. The only difference is that the 11˝ screen only rotates 180º and can be gotten in non-touch versions – IPS SVA (a Samsung VA panel). Remember that the non-touch versions have a stronger battery life of up to 13 hours.
Two USB-C pots (Gen 1, 5Gps), one USB-A and a 3.5mm headphone jack and an SD slot can be supported by both Chromebooks. The two Chromebook is expected to be available in stores by April and the price for both devices is expected to be announced very soon.