HP has unveiled two new 11 inch notebooks aimed at the education market. The HP ProBook 11 Education Edition is a durable Windows laptop with a rubber case, while the HP Stream 11 Pro is a low-cost laptop for use in the classroom.

The company has also announced plans to offer Education Edition versions of its new 10 inch Android and Windows tablets.

HP Stream 11 Pro
HP Stream 11 Pro

The HP ProBook 11 will be available with an optional touchscreen display and support for processors up to an Intel Core series chip (which suggests that entry-level models may have Celeron or Pentium processors).

The Stream 11 Pro seems to be an education-oriented version of HP’s $199 laptop which launched for consumers in late 2014. It has an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and an Intel Celeron 2840 Bay Trail processor.

HP ProBook 11
HP ProBook 11

Education Edition devices come with a suite of tools called the HP School Pack, which includes classroom management software for teachers, eBooks, audiobook, and dictionary software.

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6 replies on “HP launches ProBook 11, Stream 11 Pro notebooks for education”

  1. Glad to see HP/MS finally trying to compete with the Chromebook. We’ve tried a couple of CBs in our district, but the lack of java support, and the need to build and maintain remote desktop infrastructure to create a workaround, have made them a non-starter. I just don’t see the value of a notebook dedicated web browsing, when the entire java ecosystem on the web is inaccessible.

    1. I’d consider the lack of Java a bonus 🙂 Such a security nightmare.

    1. Anyone else hate when their electronics are any colors than black or grey?

    2. I like the blue, but I like that gray even better. I wonder if these will be available to the public and if the prices will be the same.

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