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HP Chromebook 14 G7 for Teaching

Technology Inceptions

The HP Chromebook 14 G7 is helpful for teachers to create and deliver classroom materials in a blended learning environment. It has 14-inch diagonal screen, ultra-2wide HD webcam, dual microphones, make virtual classrooms feel like the real thing. It comes with multiple HDMI and USB- C ports to easily add displays and accessories. HP launched the HP Chromebook x360 11 G4 EE for students which is powered by the latest Intel Celeron multi-core processor. With a 360-degree hinge, a damage-resistant touch screen, and the optional USI Garaged Pen, students can flip and fold the device to create, edit, write, and draw in four modes: laptop, tablet, tent, or stand. The integrated HD camera and optional 8 MP auto-focusing world-facing camera let students be seen more clearly to ensure class material is being understood, and better microphones means students can be heard without hunching over their screens.