To Google and HP quietly announced another Chrome OS laptop that will soon be launched for the purposes of education.

They revealed this new notebook in a blog post that they posted today, revealing the new HP Chromebook x360 11 G1 Education Edition, which they say will be available in stores from mid-April.

They didn’t reveal the full specifications about the notebook in the post, however, they did state that it is a rugged convertible that features a front-facing camera, a USB-C charging port, and the option to add on a stylus.

Today we’re excited to announce HP is bringing its addition to the family with the HP Chromebook x360 11 G1 Education Edition, available in mid-April. HP’s rugged 360 degree convertible Chromebook will feature USB-CTM charging and optional stylus and world-facing camera capabilities designed for the specific needs of schools.

These new devices—and the dynamic ecosystem of content and apps they support—help evolve technology usage into one that is anchored in student content creation. For example creative apps on Chromebooks are now available in Sweden and other European countries at a discount from select resellers. In addition, Chromebook administrators are now able to approve a library of Android appsand install them on select managed Chromebooks.

This follows on from the launch of a number of other Chrome OS-based notebooks that have been designed to provide schools with great options at a cheaper price tag.

You can read more about Chromebooks and education at the source link below.

Source: Google

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