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HP Fortis x360 11-inch education notebook released: equipped with Microsoft Win11 or Google ChromeOS



News from IT House on February 4th, HP Fortis series notebooks are economical notebooks for the education market. With features such as reinforced ports and corners and spill-resistant keyboards, these notebooks are designed for use in the classroom.

HP Pro x360 Fortis 11 G11

HP launched this lineup last year, and now the company is updating its Fortis lineup with two new 11.6-inch notebooks: the Intel Alder Lake-N processor (N100/N200) and Windows 11 HP Pro x360 Fortis 11 G11 model for OS, and HP Fortis X360 11 Chromebook G3 model with Intel Jasper Lake (Celeron N4500 / N5100, Pentium Silver N6000) and Google ChromeOS.

Both models feature an 11.6-inch touchscreen and a 360-degree hingeallowing the PC to be used in laptop, tablet, tent or stand mode.

IT Home learned that Windows models also support an optional pressure-sensitive pen that can be placed above the keyboard when not in use. HP also offers an optional 4G LTE version for the Windows model, along with support for an M.2 2230 PCIe SSD and HDMI and Ethernet ports.

HP Fortis x360 11 Chromebook G3

By comparison, the HP Fortis x360 11 Chromebook G3 has fewer ports, fewer processor choices, and no stylus or cellular options. But the starting price of Chromebook is lower, starting at $339 (currently about 2295 yuan) (Windows notebook starts at $479, currently about 3243 yuan).

The two new Fortis series notebooks from HP for the education market will be available in February.

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