This Convertible Laptop/Tablet Is On Sale For Just $275
Why spend double the price to buy both a laptop and a touchscreen (aka an iPad) when you can get a convertible piece of tech like this. This convertible laptop from HP is not only a touchscreen, but it also comes with a touchscreen pen. And it is on sale today in a one-day-only deal.
HP ProBook x360 11-G1 EE 11.6″ Convertible Laptop, HD Touchscreen with Active Pen, Intel N3450 Quad-Core, 64GB eMMC, 4GB DDR3, 802.11ac, Bluetooth, Win10S on sale for $274.99
Here’s the full product description for those interested:
Improve learning outcomes, save teacher time, and engage students like never before with the powerful, durable, flexible HP ProBook x360 11 G1 Education Edition. It converts easily from a notebook to a tablet to a stand to a tent and moves seamlessly between the classroom and home.
11.6″ HD LED-backlit Touchscreen display with 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity
Annotate, draw, solve math problems, and take notes right on your screen with an Active Pen that supports an authentic digital inking experience similar to paper and pen or paintbrush
4GB DDR3L memory – For multitasking power, 64GB eMMC Internal Storage for an amazingly smooth and fast computing experience
USB 3.0 for quicker device charging and up to 10x faster transfers than USB 2.0
Enhanced viewing with the integrated Intel HD 500 graphics
Connect to a broadband modem or router with wired Ethernet, or wirelessly connect to a Wi-Fi signal or hotspot with the built-in 802.11ac wireless connection & Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3s players
Pretty much anyone can find use for one of these.
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