HP Chromebook x360 11 G3 Malaysia release: a foldable laptop at a price of RM1299 for a limited time
It doesn't take a rock scientist to figure out that a laptop is a necessity for working and studying from home nowadays. However, laptops can be quite expensive if compared with a phone and not everyone can afford them. That said, HP Malaysia just released the HP Chromebook x360 11 G3 at the price of RM1299 for a limited time (RRP RM1499).
Designed in mind for teachers and students to stay connected during the pandemic, this Chromebook runs on Chrome OS by Google which they can utilize the entire Google ecosystem. Powered by an Intel Celeron multi-core processor, it also has a damage-resistant touchscreen and the optional active HP Wacom EMR pen.
Equipped with a 360-degree hinge, it allows the students to have to learn in interactive and personalised ways. This includes them to flip and fold the device to create, edit, write and draw in four modes: laptop, tablet, tent, or stand. To attend online classes, there is an integrated HD camera and an optional 5MP webcam.
On top of that, it was also designed to survive a fall off a desk as well as accidental water splashes. Teachers will be able to take control and manage student interactions with HP Classroom Manager and finally, for connectivity, HP integrated an Extended Range Wireless LAN if there are multiple people working and learning from home, or together at school.
As aforementioned, the HP Chromebook x360 G3 11 is available now, starting at RM1499. For a limited time only, the product is retailing at RM1,299. In addition, consumers can opt for a 12-month instalment, as low as RM108.25/month via e-commerce platforms like Lazada and Shopee, or HP Online Store. Stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.