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HP has presented the new members of its family of Fortis laptops, with a robust and durable design, which are aimed at a type of user who seeks mobility at work or in studies, either with windows or with ChromeOS.

The Fortis family of laptops consists of two new convertible models, the 11-inch HP Pro Fortis x360 Fortis G11, running Windows, and the 11-inch Fortis x360 G3 J Chromebook, running ChromeOS.

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The HP Pro Fortis x360 G11 Notebook is powered by the Intel N100 and N200 processor and offers support for MU-MIMO3 compliant WiFi 6E module, in a body built to last, absorbs the impacts of accidental bumps with a firmly adhered co-molded rubber bezel. .

This equipment has a 360 degree hinge, which allows to adapt the angle of the screen with respect to the keyboard as the user needs, even leaving it in fully extended tablet mode. It features a touchscreen with stylus support, and includes the optional HP Slim Rechargeable Pen for notetaking, drawing, or editing.

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For its part, HP Chromebook Fortis x360 G3 J is equipped with an Intel N4500, N5100 and N60001 processor and Intel WiFi 6 WLAN with MU-MIMO3. It also features a 360-degree hinged design, supporting use in laptop, tablet, tent, or standing mode.

From HP they have highlighted in a press release that both devices have been subjected to 19 elements for the MIL-STD-8105 tests of resistance to falls, dust and turns. They feature an anchored skirted keyboard that resists spills up to 350ml.

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