HP has launched their new technology range of PCs and software solution for the education sector, to create positive changes for students, teachers and communities.
Four solutions and programs were launched including the HP Education Edition notebooks, HP School Pack Software 2.0, HP Sprout Pro and HP plus Microsoft’s Reinvent the Classroom Program. As an added extra, HP launched HP LIFE e-learning 2.0, powered by EdCast, it enhances peer to peer collaboration and online learning.
Gus Schmedlen, VP Education, Printing and Personal Systems at HP said, “At HP, we believe that every student should be given the opportunity to be an inventive individual rather than a standardised products of a system. HP is on a mission to enable teachers and students with tools that ‘un-standardise’ learning, making education a more unique experience for students that is are flexible, collaborative ad dynamic.”
Key Features include:
HP Education Edition Notebooks – tough built with long battery life and contain tools for active educational use – HP ProBook 11 G2 Education Edition notebook with touchscreen option is available from February and the HP Pro 310 x360 Convertible PC Education Edition with its four modes is available in March.
HP School Pack 2.0 is an out-of-the-box solution to allow teachers to manage classroom PCs and communicate with students with a cloud based app.
Sprout Pro by HP transforms the classroom into a immersive educational experience.
HP and Microsoft reinvent the classroom is a program to ‘help schools and students rethink the possibilities around learning, creating a vision for the Classroom of the future’ (Alex Cho, VP of Commercial PCs, Personal Systems, HP).