The laptop maker, HP has introduced a suite of laptops including an HP Chromebook. The company has branded them as the Fortis series. The laptops are mainly built for students engaged in digital learning.
The laptops are built with durability in mind to withstand the damages. "Built for active and mobile learners, the new HP Fortis portfolio embodies the strength and durability needed to help withstand drops, resist spills, and keep keys where they belong. The textured surfaces make it easier for students of all ages to grip and handle the lightweight devices. The full-skirted anchored keyboards prevent keys from being removed when students are fidgeting and may want to pick at them during class," mentions the HP blog.
" With more students going back to the classroom, it’s important to keep devices clean. The keyboard also resists spills up to 350 ml/11.8 oz.1. The chassis, keyboard, and display for the devices can be wiped down using commonly available household disinfecting and cleaning wipes. For enhanced safety and protection, the devices feature a new metal shield that helps protect the battery from external damage from daily drops or tumbles," added the tech giant.
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Here are the new HP Fortis laptops for study and work:
HP Fortis 14” G10 Chromebook
This HP Chromebook is built for cloud-native learning. It is powered by Intel processors with optional 4G LTE connectivity. To promote collaborative learning, the company has fitted the computer 88-degree wide-viewing angle HD camera and dual mics.
HP Fortis G9 Q Chromebook
"This Chromebook is HP’s thinnest and lightest Fortis device built for the rigors of today’s students and providing ultimate portability," writes the company. G9 is an 11-inch Chromebook that houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c-series SoC. It features embedded eSIM and 4G LTE20 connectivity.
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HP ProBook Fortis 14” G9 & G10
These are traditional 14-inch laptops featuring a clamshell form factor. The G9 houses Celeron and Pentium processors while the more advanced G10 highlights Intel’s latest 12th-generation i3 and i5 chips. The former has optional LTE and the G10 is equipped with Wi-Fi 6E support.
HP Pro x360 Fortis 11” G9 & G10
These laptops are convertible models which can be flipped to form a tablet. These laptops feature a smaller 11-inch screen and get 1,366 x 768 displays. The processor and connectivity options are the same as the ProBook Fortis G9 and G10. These devices accompany an optional rechargeable pen to let students create, capture and draw in laptop, tablet, tent, stand, or book mode. The latter is equipped with intelligent charging where the device’s battery learns student work patterns and optimizes power consumption.
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Pricing and Availability
According to HP, these are the pricing and availability details of the laptops.
- HP Fortis 14” G10 Chromebook is available now for a starting price of $349.
- HP Fortis 11” G9 Q Chromebook is expected to be available in June. Pricing will be available closer to product availability.
- HP ProBook Fortis 14” G9 PC is available now for a starting price of $369. HP ProBook Fortis 14” G9 preloaded with Windows 11 SE is expected to be available in April with pricing expected to be available closer to product availability.
- HP ProBook Fortis 14” G10 PC is expected to be available in April. Pricing will be available closer to product availability.
- HP Pro x360 Fortis 11” G9 PC is available now for a starting price of $399. HP ProBook Fortis 11” G9 preloaded with Windows 11 SE is expected to be available in April with pricing expected to be available closer to product availability.
- HP Pro x360 Fortis 11” G10 PC is expected to be available in April. Pricing will be available closer to product availability.
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