Today, HP is announcing the ProBook x360 11 G7 Education Edition. As you'd expect from a laptop that's clearly aimed at students, it's meant to be tough. It passes 19 MIL-STD-810H tests, has metal-reinforced corners, and has a Gorilla Glass 3 damage-resistant touchscreen. It's also designed to be easily cleaned and sanitized, tested for 1,000 cleanings. HP also has Easy Clean 2.0 software that disables the keyboard, touchpad, and touchscreen while you're cleaning it.
It has Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, although there's no cellular or anything like that. The ProBook x360 11 G7 includes Intel's new 10nm Pentium Silver and Celeron processors, along with 4GB or 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and up to a 256GB SSD. The screen is 11.6 inches with HD resolution.
It has HP's PC security features, like Sure Sense and BIOSphere, and it has HP's digital classroom tools. The company is including School Pack 4.5, which is a set of education software and system tools to help with learning. For teachers, HP has Classroom Manager, which helps to remotely control students' PCs by restricting app use and so on.
The ProBook x360 11 G7 EE is going to be available in February, although HP didn't announce pricing.