HP Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition coming to classrooms for only $199

By | 21st January 2016


Do you remember going to school? Life can be wild in the classroom. It’s no man’s land in there, something that became much more worrisome after expensive technology became an everyday tool for the young ones.

We can’t just hand our delicate, expensive gadgets to these little monsters, and that is something manufacturers like HP are starting to realize. This is why the computer giant has announced the Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition. It is rugged, capable, fun, simple and super affordable!

Packed with an Intel Celeron processor and featuring 9.5 hours of battery life, this Chrome OS laptop has everything students need to have a productive day at school. And if the kiddos must stay connected at all times, there are also 3G/4G versions available. Other features include a 180-degree hinge that allows you to lay the screen flat on a surface and an optional IPS panel for great color reproduction.

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But what is an education-focused device without its fair share of ruggedness? The HP Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition certainly doesn’t fall behind in this department. This thing is tested for 70 cm drops and is designed to pass military standard tests. The keyboard is also resistant against spills, making it a great lunch tool.

Interested? The best part about this computer is that it is priced at a mere $199. It will be coming to the USA in January, 2016, so anytime now! Are any of you buying one?