HP is by and by giving its school Chromebooks a redesign, and they’ll be especially uplifting news for educators who bristle at the idea of disfigured consoles. The Chromebook 11 G8 EE, 11A G8 EE, x360 11 G3 EE and 14 G6 all have full-evaded moored keys that are more “pick-verification” – an inquisitive child ought to make some harder memories prying off the Shift key when the instructor isn’t looking. You can likewise expect military-grade drop opposition, enough sprinkle protection from endure a glass of water, toughened force ports and bodies that can be cleaned with family unit wipes.
The distinctions after that generally come down to shape factor. The Intel-based Chromebook 11 G8 EE and AMD-controlled 11A G8 EE are both charged as the most slender 11-inch toughened Chromebooks for schools at 0.74in thick, while the Chromebook 11 x360 G3 EE is a convertible for circumstances when a tablet-style interface will help. The Chromebook 14 G6, then, is an update of the 14-inch model with slender side bezel and up to 128GB of capacity.
The entirety of the frameworks utilize humble 1.1GHz Celeron processors, 8GB of RAM and in any event 16GB of capacity (32GB on the x360). They’re worked for cost and life span, not crude speed.
The vast majority of the models are accessible now, with costs running from $259 for the 11 G8 EE and cresting at $299 for the x360 convertible. Schools should hang tight until February for the 11A G8 EE. You’re exceptionally improbable to purchase these frameworks yourself, yet it may be consoling to realize that your children will probably continue utilizing these frameworks regardless of what misuse the class tosses at them.