HP Omen X Compact Desktop

Almost a year after the announcement of a VR-ready game PC wearing a shoulder-backpack (remember?), HP has finally presented its new design, though it’s a bit different from the original and added some information about Price and launch date. The HP Omen X Compact Desktop – as its name suggests – is essentially a compact desktop PC, but it can also be worn as a backpack when needed. In essence, with a special dock, you will use it as a fixed PC even quite powerful while with dedicated accessories it will become a PC Backpack VR.


HP Omen X Compact Desktop

The HP Omen X Compact Desktop will be available in July for $ 2499 but, if you want to put it on your shoulder, you can buy the optional Omen VR Backpack at $ 599. For the moment its distribution is only planned on the American market and we do not know what the American company’s programs are for Italy.

But how will it work for VR? Just move the desktop PC to the VR backpack, connect a viewer like an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, and then enjoy a virtual reality experience for hours without worrying about stumbling into the cables. Considering that the backpack accommodates the Omen X and lets you carry it around, all the cables will be connected to the computer and will move with it, except for the power supply that will be replaced by a pair of hot-swappable batteries supplied by the backpack. Omen VR backpack, in particular, has four 73Wh batteries, which can be recharged two at a time thanks to a dock, while the other two will be in use, allowing you to continue playing without interruption even if you are running out of power . As reported by HP, with four fully charged batteries, users will be able to play “on paper” for up to two hours, replacing batteries as they unload.

HP Omen X Compact Desktop

Going to the hardware kit, the HP Omen X Compact Desktop supports processors up to Intel Core i7 (Kaby Lake) unlocked, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 overclocked graphics, WiFi, Bluetooth, DTS Headphone: X, 16GB DDR4 memory and 1TB SSD PCIe storage . It has five USB Type-A and USB Type-C, DisplayPort, HDMI ports and a docking station that, in addition to holding the PC vertically, adds a Thunderbolt port, another Mini DisplayPort, an HDMI and other USB ports

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ZBook 15 and 17 G4, ZBook Sudio G4 and ZBook 14u G4

HP has introduced four new ZBook notebook workstations, each designed for the needs of professionals, for those who spend most of the day in the office and for those who travel frequently but need an efficient and effective work platform even for demanding graphics operations . For this reason, the HP ZBook range (2017) is comprised of the new HP ZBook 15 G4 and ZBook 17 G4, HP ZBook Studio G4 and the small (and most interesting) HP ZBook 14u G4.

The most powerful and large workstations in the family are HP ZBook 15 G4 and ZBook 17 G4, featuring Intel Core i7 (Kaby Lake) or Intel Xeon processors, up to 64GB of RAM and various graphics solutions including an AMD Radeon Pro WX 4150, as an NVIDIA Quadro M620 or NVIDIA Quadro M1200 or NVIDIA Quadro M2200, all featuring 4GB of dedicated memory except the Quadro 1200 which can only count on 2GB. Respectively with 15.6 and 17.3-inch IPS displays with Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) or 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution, these two notebooks can boast two Thunderbolt 3 ports at 40Gbps. Their prices start at $ 1419 (ZBook 15) and $ 1519 (ZBook 17).


HP Zbook Studio G4

But if you are willing to sacrifice some power for portability, HP offers the ZBook 14u G4 offering a 14-inch HD (1366 x 768 pixel) or Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel) display in a 22mm thick frame And heavy 1.6Kg. Here too, there are several SKUs, but all will be based on Intel Core i5 / i7 processors (Kaby Lake 15W), up to 32GB of RAM and SSD / HDD storage for up to 2TB, while the graphics sector is entrusted to one AMD FirePro W4190M with 2GB of dedicated memory to be affixed to the Intel HD 620 subsystem. It will be available during the summer in the USA at a still unclear price but certainly lower than its older brothers.

There is also a premium model known as the HP ZBook Studio G4, which features an Intel Xeon E3-1535M v6 or Intel Core i7 / i5 (Kaby Lake-H) in an aluminum chassis of just 18 mm (weighing about 2Kg) 32GB of RAM, 2TB storage on HDD / SSD (SATA and PCIe options) and 15.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) or 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) display. Graphics in this case are handled by an Nvidia Quadro M1200M, beyond the Intel HD 630 integrated graphics subsystem, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports come in. The autonomy seems to reach 16.5 consecutive hours. HP ZBook Studio G4 will be available in the coming weeks at a starting price of $ 1399

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HP Pavilion x360

Earlier this year HP has focused on upgrading its notebook lines and Envy Specter, but now is the time to think about the range of portable consumer computer in the low-end and mid-market, ie the Pavilion. With an ad on a global level, the US company announced a refresh of the series of convertible HP Pavilion x360 and HP Pavilion notebooks, which in principle will be lighter and thinner than previous models with newer hardware, support for stylus and IR camera, solutions now become standard on nearly all laptops.
HP Pavilion x360 (2017)

The HP Pavilion x360 design and engineering have not changed, but the convertible has gained more appeal with new options for the piano keyboard: the new models are characterized by a metallic finish silver color or a black brushed which HP calls “strata “and that mimics the grain of the trunk of a tree. The hinges will be chrome gold or silver depending on the body and, in combination with the new colors of the interior, the new Pavilion x360 will be very similar to Specter while costing less. The idea is to make the notebook accessible, elegant and refined as more expensive ones.


Turning to the technical specifications, the HP Pavilion x360 (2017) will be declined in versions 11.6, 14 and 15.6-inch (thus excluding the screen with a diagonal of 13.3 “) with a more compact chassis of the previous generation, except for the new model 14 inch which is thicker than 0.1 mm and heavier than 270 grams compared to the 13-inch version, for the adoption obviously more a larger display. HP Pavilion x360 11 is the smallest of the company with 19.2 mm thickness and a weight 1.1 Kg.

HP Pavilion x360 (2017)

Each model supports by ink, pen that will be sold bundled with the convertible to help students and professionals in their daily activities. In USA you can configure the Pavilion x360 with an infrared camera to use Windows Hello the safe release of the device based on facial recognition.
Like other Pavilion, this model will support Intel Pentium, Core i3 / i5 / i7 (Kaby Lake), SSD up to 512GB and graphics dedicated AMD Radeon or Nvidia GeForce in the most equipped SKU (except the 11-inch version that does not space for a GPU). You can choose IPS HD screen (1366 x 768 pixels) or IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) but only for the larger models, of course, all touch. In Pavilion x360 11 lacks the Type-C USB port, which is instead present in those from 14 and 15.6 inches, replaced by two USB 3.0 ports. Autonomy can touch the 12 hours, but everything will depend on the model under consideration, and the battery will support HP Fast Charge.
HP Pavilion (2017)
For those who still love the clamshell notebook, HP has “refreshed” also the range of laptops HP Pavilion, inside and out, the design includes a slanted keyboard to improve typing, a touch pad with diamond-cut edges and a new hinge. In previous models, there was plenty of space between the cover and the frame but, thanks to the curved hinge that almost embraces the rear edge, this distance is reduced in the new Pavilion (2017) lifting the piano keyboard and giving a certain continuity to the visual design.
speak instead of hardware, the new HP Pavilion will support Intel Celeron, Core i3 / i5 / i7 (Kaby Lake) and APU AMD E2 or A10, storage up to 2TB of HDD with optional SSD, dedicated to graphics chosen between Nvidia GeForce 940MX or AMD Radeon. The screens of 14, 15.6 and 17.3 inches will have HD resolution (1366 x 768 pixels) or Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) with an optional IR camera for Windows Hello. Each model is equipped with a USB Type-C port, its USB 3.1 ports, a HDMI and a microSD card slot. Autonomy, depending on the model, can touch the 10 consecutive hours and charging supports HP Fast Charge Technology.
The new HP Pavilion (2017) will be available in blue, red, pink, gold and silver. There are no official prices, but the company gave us an idea with a standard configuration: a Pavilion x360 14 “with Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD and the touch display IPS Full HD will cost about $ 719, and they serve $ 399 HP Pavilion x360 11.6-inch Intel Pentium N4200, 4GB of RAM and 500GB HDD. HP Pavilion 15 (2017) with Core i5, 8GB of RAM, HDD 1TB and displays Full HD touch will be priced of $ 724.

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HP OMEN X 35

At CES 2017, HP introduced its first “ultra-wide curved display” for gamers: OMEN X 35 “Curved Display is one of the largest American company launched monitors but also the first to support the Nvidia G-Sync technology a gaming-experience without compromise. It ‘a high-end device not only for its technical characteristics, but also for the refined design: I just think that the frames measure just 6.87 mm (except the bottom) and back a piston mechanism adjusts the height of the screen smoothly. in short, it is one of the “pieces” indispensable in the location of a player.
HP OMEN X 35

HP OMEN 35 has a AMVA + 35-inch panel with UWQHD resolution (3440 × 1440 pixels) and 21: 9 format, 300 nits brightness, curvature of 1800R, contrast ratio of 2500: 1, refresh rate of 100Hz and time of 4ms response. In practice a mix of features never seen on a curved display, to which is added the Nvidia G-Sync technology. The monitor can reproduce 16.77 million colors and supports 100% of the sRGB color gamut, and could not be otherwise for a gaming display. On board also a pair of stereo speakers.

As for connectivity, HP OMEN X 35 has a DisplayPort 1.2, one HDMI 1.4, three doors USB 3.0 Type-A as well as a practical 3.5mm jack for direct connection of headphones. The display OMEN X 35 will arrive on the market during the month of April at a price of € 1,299.

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HP Yunos Book 10 G1

Yunos or Aliyun OS is a cloud-centric operating system developed by AliCloud, a subsidiary of the giant Alibaba. With a huge initial investment and hiring 1,600 engineers, AliCloud managed to complete the development of Yunos in 3 years starting from the sources of Android Open Source Project. Now Yunos is a stable operating system and widespread in China where according to some estimates would be the second OS Mobile with 70 million active smartphones.

Yunos 5 Atom is the newest release of this operating system, which, as already happened for Android, now overflows over the edges of the smartphone category infiltarsi IoT in neighboring areas, the wearable, smart TV, smart and, last car novelties, also in the laptop segment. We do not speak of a portable Chinese any but a partnership with names of excellence in the industry like HP and Intel, which led to the birth of HP Yunos Book 10.

HP Yunos Book 10

Yunos is in fact considered a clone of Android also by Google itself that this OS has branded as “an incompatible version of Android,” but it actually has some distinctive features such as a Cloud Apps system focused on HTML5 to enable it to completely replace Chrome OS. Supports unified account, and then allows you to access cloud services from any device, a cloud storage service with backup and synchronization of multiple devices, and a number of essential multi-level security features. Since chromebook not work in China because of the announcement of Google’s services, it was only a matter of time before the idea came to Alibaba to launch a cloud-centric notebook based on Yunos.


HP Yunos Book 10 G1 is a Pavilion with X2-210 Yun OS and stylus

For now there is only one model, HP Yunos Book 10 G1 which we show some images in preview, but it is easy to imagine that if the experiment proves successful the category of “YunOSbook” will spread like wildfire. Maybe you will not escape that HP Yunos Book 10 G1 is a Pavilion X2-210 and the latter faithfully reproduces the design and the hardware equipment: there is an Intel Atom Z8350 processor-X5 with LPDDR3 memory 2GB and 32GB of storage eMMC; the screen has a diagonal of 10.1 “and a resolution of 1280×800 pixels and is inserted into the tablet component of the device.

HP Yunos Book 10 is in fact a type 2in1 tablet with detachable keyboard dock. The tablet itself has a thickness less than 1 cm and a weight of half a kilogram, while attached to the dock to the salt thickness 1,6cm and weight to 1 kg. The networking segment benefits from a combo module Intel 802.11ac (1×1) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 while the supply of interfaces includes microHDMI 1, 1 jack combo headphone / microphone, 1 USB 3.1 port and 1 USB 2.0 Type-C, in addition MicoSD to the card reader.

HP Yunos Book is an alternative to chromebook

What is interesting to note is that, unlike chromebook, the YunOSbook adopt immediately a convertible format with touchscreen and support for the stylus pen. The pen is a brand new feature, not supported by the Pavilion X2-210, although at the moment we do not have further details on this and we do not know what type it is pen. The estimated battery duration is 8 hours.
HP and Alibaba have not yet provided details about the price of HP Yunos Book 10 G1, so if you are interested in this Chinese alternative to chromebook, you just need to follow the forthcoming updates.

HP Elitebook 840 G4

Hewlett-Packard has introduced a new line of professional notebooks, just before the end of the year. We speak of the HP Elitebook 800 G4 Series, a family consisting of Elitebook 820 G4 12.5-inch EliteBook 840 G4 14-inch and 15.6-inch EliteBook 850 G4, we’ve had the opportunity to see live at CES 2017 last January , practically a few days after their announcement. The three notebooks are not yet available on the Italian market, but according to what was promised by the American company, could arrive soon.

HP Elitebook 840 G4

Our attention was drawn to a specific model, although in reality the three notebook share most of the technical specifications (especially those related to security), except for the screen size. Video evidence you find here above, then, is dedicated to the HP Elitebook 840 G4 but almost all observed and recorded in this notebook is also true for the other two.

Based on Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 (Kaby Lake-U), the new HP EliteBook 800 G4 integrated RAM memory up to 32GB DDR4 2133MHz, of SSD storage or up to 512GB of mechanical hard drives up to 1TB, and of course Windows 10. HP Elitebook 840 G4, in particular, has a 14-inch Full HD display (1920 x 1080 pixels) but on request can be replaced by a panel with higher resolution by WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels). Connectivity is well represented by a module WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, DisplayPort and VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, combo audio jack, USB 3.1 Type-C and USB 3.1 Type A, and optionally also NFC and 4G / LTE. The keyboard is backlit and “contain” a black trackpoint in addition to the classic touchpad.

HP Elitebook 840 G4

All in all it is a nice notebook, suitable for mobile professionals looking for a laptop for productivity: regret the absence of a 4K Ultra HD display (available only in the Elitebook model 850 G4) as well as a dedicated graphics card (in the model 15.6 inches is instead scheduled an optional AMD Radeon R7 M465), but a compact and lightweight chassis as that Elitebook 840 G4 is able to guarantee a high level of versatility.

As for safety, in this generation, HP has decided to focus on HP Sure Start Gen3 technology, which will trigger a series of alarms if someone (who is not you) will attempt to tamper with the BIOS of your notebook. There will also be a fingerprint reader and a smart card reader, as well as HP Sure View, the “privacy filter” for the screen created in collaboration with 3M, which – when activated – will reduce the lateral viewing angles

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HP Stream 11 Pro G3 and HP ProBook x360

The most widely used laptops in the classroom are the Chromebook, because cheap, safe and easy to use with an intuitive and fast operating system, but Microsoft does not fit. In recent years, the Redmond company has designed low-cost notebooks with Windows for students and has worked with almost all the leading manufacturers from entering the PC so that these devices in the classroom instead of the Chromebook. And he succeeded.

Why not surprising that, in London, at BETT 2017 Microsoft launched its new CloudBook from $ 189. There are various models for all needs and budgets, and some have already discussed: Acer TravelMate Spin B1 (B118) is the 11.6-inch ultraportable convertible with stylus that will be sold from $ 299, while Lenovo ThinkPad 11e it is a clamshell model also comes in a convertible version Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e, with 10 hours of battery life and the latest Intel processors, both available from February at $ 519 and $ 599. In fact there would be a fourth CloudBook, the Lenovo N24, a 11.6-inch convertible to be launched in mid-2017.

HP Stream 11 Pro G3

The consortium is also added HP, which has introduced two new low-cost laptops for field Education: HP Stream 11 G3 Pro x360 and HP ProBook 11 G1 Education Edition. The first is a 11.6-inch notebook HD (1366 x 768 pixels) with dual-core Intel Celeron N3060 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32-64GB of eMMC storage, WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2, SDXC card reader, a USB port 3.0, a USB 2.0 and a 3.5mm audio jack. On board, also a VGA webcam and a 37.69 Wh battery. HP Stream 11 Pro G3 is already on sale from $ 189, measures 18 mm and weighs about 1.2Kg almost.
HP ProBook x360 11 G1 Education Edition is a convertible notebook with zipper Yoga-Style 360 ​​°, 11.6-inch HD display (1366 x 768 pixels) touch and pen support. It is for sale for $ 289 and includes Intel Celeron N3350 and N4200 Pentium processors, up to 8GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC memory or 256GB of SSD M.2 expandable with a microSD card slot. Connectivity includes two USB 3.1 ports, a USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4b and a 41Wh battery. The notebook measures 20 mm and weighs 1.45kg (in touch version) and 1.35kg (in the non-touch version).

HP ProBook x360 11 EE G1

It is curious, however, to think that many of the companies that have launched low-cost notebook with Windows, they also have new Chromebook scheduled. And an example is just as Lenovo, who also presented four Chromebook UK: so Microsoft claims that its notebooks can “deliver the power, performance and safety to school at the same price of Chromebooks, but without any compromise”, but PC makers probably will not feel the same way.
In addition to the new notebook, Redmond also announced a new tool called Microsoft Intune for Education that allows teachers to manage devices and online services

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HP Omen X

After announcing the new Omen product family last year, HP has now announced the addition to its catalog of the new Gaming Omen X monitor. It is a monitor with AMVA + panel of 35 inches with ultra-wide resolution 3440 x 1440 and 1800R Has quite decent specifications among which we find compatibility with NVIDIA G-Sync technology.

When we say that the specifications are pretty decent we mean that they are, but they are not of a top of the range, and is that using an AMVA + panel greatly limits these. However, according to HP the Omen X provides a response time of 4 ms GtG that is not bad at all, as well as a refresh rate up to 100 Hz (although they have not indicated the minimum), variable depending on the graphics card As we have indicated above is a monitor compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync.

Also to emphasize its design, because it has quite thin edges with only 6.87 mm of width in the upper part and the sides, something that complements with its curvature 1800R to generate an unprecedented immersion sensation, since in addition as we have Indicated above is an ultra-widescreen monitor with a 21: 9 aspect ratio.

It also has audio output via minijack, and the almost forced hub of USB 3.0 ports. Its base allows the display to be placed in almost any position, with a variation of inclination of between 5 and 23 degrees, variation of height of up to 5.12 inches and allowing the possibility of disassembling the base to anchor it to an arm compatible with VESA.

The new HP Omen X will arrive in stores in the middle of March at a recommended price of $ 1,299, quite expensive indeed considering the similar solutions that exist in the market of other manufacturers, although in this case presents a Response time and an update frequency that until now we did not find in this monitor format.

HP Z2 Mini G3 Workstation

For years, manufacturers have sniffed out bargains in the Mini PC sector, but increasingly in circulation models have a low-end technical equipment so small, just enough performance for video playback (although 4K) and passive cooling. After all their commercial price does not exceed 150 euro.

But the HP Mini G3 Z2, launched by the American last November and shown for the first time live at CES 2017 (about a look at our hands-on video!), Are another story. Despite having a very compact chassis (215 x 215 x 58 mm), these desktop PCs have the power to sell “up to twice that of any Mini PC on the market” and “ability to support up to 6 screens simultaneously.” It is clear that their intended use is not in the living room next to the TV, but on the desk of a graph, an architect / engineer or a designer, in short, who often works with graphics and needs a boost in computing more for their own projects in CAD.

Z2 HP Mini G3 Workstation

HP has included two variants, with different hardware equipment: HP Mini G3 base and Z2 Z2 HP Mini G3 Performance. Within the same chassis, the entry-level model offers Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 processor and integrated Intel Graphics HD graphics processors, while the top-of-range offers Intel Xeon chips E3-1200v5 / v6 with dedicated graphics Nvidia Quadro M620 with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. Both support up to 32GB DDR4 RAM, 1.5TB of disk space SSD M.2 and operating system Windows 10 Pro or Linux.

To check the internal temperatures, put to the test by similar components, the American company has designed an efficient cooling system: two fans (one smaller and one larger) at the CPU and GPU will lower the internal temperatures with a flow of fresh air that will be removed thanks to the ventilation grids located on the four corners of the machine, among other things also designed to withstand blocks caused by scattered sheets and desk in disorder. But do not worry, the workstation will be quieter than any other of the 63% PC.

Z2 HP Mini G3 Workstation

The difference between the two models, however, do not end there, and also extend the connectivity: the lower-end version integrates three DisplayPort, and two USB 3.0 Type-A, while the other adds a fourth DisplayPort, and two USB 3.1 Type-C ( Gn 1). Both also have two USB 3.0 ports on the side and a serial port, which may be helpful for those who are still using old equipment.

What’s surprising more of the HP Mini G3 Z2 is their size: HP claims that they take up a tenth of the space of a traditional PC, but to get such a result, the company has dropped to some compromise. The update is not very simple (only recommended for more experienced) and Nvidia graphics card has no VR-ready certification for Oculus Rift VR or HTV Lives. Z2 HP Mini G3 is available in Italy from 1400 € approximately

HP ProBook x360 11 G1 review, specs and price

HP has launched a new convertible notebook, designed for students and teachers, so throughout the school sector. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 has a 11.6-inch HD display (1366 x 768 pixels), touch and non-touch, 360 ° thanks to a special zipper at the base of the keyboard and an Intel processor Apollo Lake, a choice between a dual Celeron N3350-core and quad-core Pentium N4200. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 will be available from mid-December to the starting price of $ 329 and, at the moment we do not know if and when it will also be distributed in Italy.

HP ProBook x360 11 G1

Like all HP ProBook (including those intended for the Education sector), although the latter model has passed all military tests, and obtained certification MIL-STD-810G: the robust aluminum frame resists spills and scossosi while the keyboard is impermeable to any liquid.
HP ProBook x360 11 G1

HP has launched a new convertible notebook, designed for students and teachers, so throughout the school sector. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 has a 11.6-inch HD display (1366 x 768 pixels), touch and non-touch, 360 ° thanks to a special zipper at the base of the keyboard and an Intel processor Apollo Lake, a choice between a dual Celeron N3350-core and quad-core Pentium N4200. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 will be available from mid-December to the starting price of $ 329 and, at the moment we do not know if and when it will also be distributed in Italy. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 Like all HP ProBook (including those intended for the Education sector), although the latter model has passed all military tests, and obtained certification MIL-STD-810G: the robust aluminum frame resists spills and scossosi while the keyboard is impermeable to any liquid. Returning to the technical specifications, HP ProBook x360 11 G1 supports up to 8GB of RAM and various configurations for storage, including 64GB of eMMC memory, 128GB or 256GB of SSD M.2 faster disks. Do not miss a WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 and a microSD card slot module to expand the storage space, two USB 3.1 ports, a USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4b, audio and Gigabit Ethernet jacks. Students will also use an active pen to take notes, draw freehand and navigate the menus with the stylus. HP ProBook x360 11 G1 measuring 208 x 302 x 20.3 mm, it weighs 1.3Kg (non-touch) and 1.45kg (touch). The weight is including a 41 Wh battery, which should last up to 11 hours of battery life, of course, non-removable.
Returning to the technical specifications, HP ProBook x360 11 G1 supports up to 8GB of RAM and various configurations for storage, including 64GB of eMMC memory, 128GB or 256GB of SSD M.2 faster disks. Do not miss a WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 and a microSD card slot module to expand the storage space, two USB 3.1 ports, a USB Type-C, HDMI 1.4b, audio and Gigabit Ethernet jacks. Students will also use an active pen to take notes, draw freehand and navigate the menus with the stylus.

HP ProBook x360 11 G1 measuring 208 x 302 x 20.3 mm, it weighs 1.3Kg (non-touch) and 1.45kg (touch). The weight is including a 41 Wh battery, which should last up to 11 hours of battery life, of course, non-removable.

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