HP has announced a new ProBook x360 Education Edition laptop model for students. The manufacturer assures that the device meets military standards in terms of strength.
Students are distracted and inattentive, and this is reflected in the state of equipment they use every day. This also applies to laptops used for learning. So HP has developed a particularly robust model that should be able to withstand the use of it by students.
The manufacturer assures that the ProBook x360 Education Edition complies with the military standard MIL-STD-810G in terms of durability, which confirmed the tests performed. Thanks to the rugged housing, the device is able to withstand the downsides of a high desk on a hard surface made of concrete or steel. Such an event should not destroy the equipment.
In addition, the keyboard, which is equipped with the product, can withstand a spill of 0.3 liters of liquid, while the entire housing has been covered with industrial quality rubber to protect it from shocks. Optionally, you can still buy Gorilla Glass 4 glass, which will protect the display from scratching.
As far as hardware specifications are concerned, it is sufficient for educational purposes. The ProBook x360 Education Edition has an 11 “display and its heart is a Pentium N4200 or Intel Celeron N3350 processor, supported by 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage. The battery lasts for 11 hours on a single charge.