With the ProBook x360 11 G7, HP has introduced a new convertible that will soon be available for 500 euros and should mainly be aimed at schoolchildren. However, the device only has a very rudimentary configuration that should be suitable for everyday office and multimedia tasks.
With the ProBook x360 11 G7, HP introduced a new convertible a few days ago, whose specifications should mainly be aimed at students. This will be launched in Germany in the next few months for a minimum price of 500 euros.
For this price, you get an 11.6-inch convertible with a TN display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. There is a webcam on the upper edge of the display, but you shouldn’t expect too much from it. You can optionally buy the HP Pro Pen to write on display.
Inside, HP installs either an Intel Celeron N5100, N4500 or Pentium Silver N6000 processor. Depending on the configuration, these processors are supported by 4/8 GB RAM and a 64 GB eMMC hard drive or a 128 or 256 GB SSD. With the built-in 48 Whr battery, the device should last up to 11.5 hours, whereby this can be charged to 90 per cent within 90 minutes via USB Type C.
There are two USB Type-A connections on the sides, a USB Type C port with Power Delivery and DisplayPort support, an SD card reader and audio output.
In summary, the HP ProBook x360 11 G7 is a pretty average convertible in its price range, which should mainly be aimed at students with its low price, slightly weaker hardware and optional pen input.