HP has just launched the Chromebook x360 11 G3 laptop – a device geared towards remote productivity and learning.
The convertible laptop comes with a 360-hinge that allows users to prop it up in tent-mode or even use it like a tablet. The device comes with a 11.6-inch touchscreen panel that pushes a 1366x768p resolution. It supports the HP Wacom EMR pen/stylus too.
For video conferencing, the laptop comes with a 720P HD integrated webcam too. Under the hood is an Intel Celeron N4020 CPU along with UHD Graphics 600. For memory, it packs 4GB of RAM, and up to 32GB of storage.
In terms of battery life, you get a 47Wh pack, and there’s also support for 45W of fast-charging via USB-C.