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Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced the launch of BeOnline programme in collaboration with Classera, the leader in learning management systems, and Mirai, a learning innovations group focusing on learning strategy and digital pedagogy.

In line with the most latest regional governments’ directives for distance learning, the programme aims to support schools and universities in establishing a fully-fledged virtual learning environment, by providing expertise and tools at no cost.

BeOnline programme gives schools access to the full ecosystem needed for a comprehensive remote learning environment, promotes pedagogical consultancy for online education provided by Mirai; a robust learning management solution from Classera, and HP’s information technology (IT) consultancy on the required infrastructure. These services will be provided to schools until the end of the academic year at no cost. Classera and Mirai will help education providers by curating online learning pathways including the creation of a complete virtual school set-up that includes digital lesson plans, virtual assignments, e-attendance, e-assessment among other support functions. Besides IT consultancy, HP will provide schools with the HP LIFE program – a set of 32 modules on business and technical skills for youngsters. The trio said in a statement that the modules would be available online and students could self-pace the courses and receive certificates on completion.

BeOnline is part of HP’s commitment to improving the learning outcomes for 100 million people globally by 2025 and run focused pedagogy-oriented programs to deliver on its education and sustainability goals – Classroom of the Future, HP Learning Studios, Digital School Awards, HP LIFE and HP Teaching Fellows.
Commenting on the launch of BeOnline in the region, Vice President and Managing Director of HP Inc.

Africa said: “Access to means of technology is now a key part of daily life for many people living in Africa. The world has changed and the way we work, study and interact has altered forever. This program is designed to help schools to quickly adopt distance learning, even in times where various countries are faced with uncertainties for the near future. Today, technology can support new styles of learning. PCs and tools designed for education can offer students flexibility of time, place, and pace of learning, whether in or out of the classroom, or in a blend of environments. Technology can not only engage students and Excellerate learning outcomes, but also help to equip them with the skills they need for the future.”

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Killexams : HP, African Union Partner on Distance Learning

By Emma Okonji

At the Extra-Ordinary Session of the Specialised Technical Committee on Education, Science and Technology held recently, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and the African Union Commission (AUC), agreed to join efforts to expand digital learning opportunities for all youth in 55 AU member-states.

Both entities have agreed to collaborate on various initiatives including exchange of information and expertise, as well as promotion of online platforms to support digital learning.

Africa has the youngest population in the world with more than 400 million young people aged between 15 to 35 years. Almost all countries across the continent have introduced some form of nation-wide school and university closures to contain the Covid-19 virus. This means that there are a very large number of children and young people that are not receiving any form of schooling.

At the meeting, the Managing Director and Vice President of HP Africa, Elisabeth Moreno, presented HP’s Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurship (HP LIFE) and BeOnline programmes, two unique online learning platforms that could be utilised by ministers to support schools and educators in their distance learning endeavours.

The two online learning platforms would contribute towards the ‘1 Million By 2021 Initiative’ of the Chairperson of the AU, Moussa Faki Mahammat.

The initiative seeks to provide opportunities to young Africans from the 55 member states in the areas of education, employment, engagement and entrepreneurship. It is against this backdrop that the AU and HP are prioritising digital learning opportunities for African youth.

According to Moreno, “Education is a fundamental human right that should be available regardless of a person’s age, class, race, gender or location.

“To that end, HP has pledged to enable better learning outcomes for 100 million people by 2025, as well as adding 1 million users to HP LIFE between 2016-25 – a commitment that aligns with the AU’s Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA), which aims to change Africa’s education and training systems to meet the knowledge, competencies, skills, innovation and creativity required to nurture core values and promote sustainable development on a continental level.”

Today, technology can support new styles of learning. PCs and tools designed for education can offer students flexibility of time, place, and pace of learning, whether in or out of the classroom, or in a blend of environments.
HP and AU joint efforts have the potential to uplift access of education and opportunities for career work and economic growth. The collaboration aims to promote innovations that hold the best potential to make lifelong learning a reality, Moreno said.
The Commissioner of the AUC Department of Human Resources, Science and Technology, Prof. Sarah Anyang Agbor said: “The partnership with HP will accelerate our education response to Covid-19 especially and have long-term benefits. I implore AU Member States to make the most of these opportunities as this partnership means young people can access educational opportunities at no cost for the rest of this academic year. This partnership speaks directly to H.E Moussa Faki Mahamat’s 1 Million by 2021 initiative by providing educational opportunities which will assist in positioning our youth to venture into the entrepreneurial sector.”
BeOnline is a programme that was developed by HP in partnership with Classera, the leader in Learning Management Systems and Mirai, a learning innovations group focusing on learning strategy and digital pedagogy, to assist the endeavours of the education community.
In line with the most latest regional governments’ directives for distance learning, the programme aims to support schools and universities in establishing a fully-fledged virtual learning environment, by providing expertise and tools at no cost.
The HP Foundation has created its global programme HP LIFE to provide business and Information Technology (IT) skills training free of charge to people all over the world. The online community and more than 30 self-paced courses are designed to help users develop business and IT skills in their own time and at their own pace. The courses are modular, interactive, and full of information and practical exercises that enable users to grow their business skills, Moreno said.

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Killexams : HP Elite Dragonfly G3

You may think of it as just a spindly bug, but entomologists will tell you the dragonfly is perhaps the world's most successful predator: Its near-360-degree vision, unbeatable agility (including up to 9G's of acceleration), and ability to predict where its prey is going provide it a 95% kill rate that tigers and sharks would envy. Just ask HP, which puts the Dragonfly name on its lightest, most premium business laptops and workstations. While earlier models were convertibles, the Elite Dragonfly G3 is a clamshell ultraportable. It's pricey (starts at A$2,490), but its impressive battery life, full complement of ports, and squarish 13.5-inch, 3:2 aspect ratio display make it a tempting alternative to the likes of the Dell XPS 13 Plus and the Apple MacBook Air M2.


The Design: Renewed and Recycled

Available in Slate Blue or Natural Silver, the Elite Dragonfly G3 has a sleek chassis crafted from partly recycled magnesium and aluminum with what HP calls "rounded pillow corners." (They make it easier to open with one hand.) Its taller screen makes it a bit deeper at 0.64 by 11.7 by 8.7 inches, but at 2.2 pounds it's half a pound lighter than the Apple and Dell ultraportables, matching the soon-to-be-reviewed Gen 2 version of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano. The laptop has passed MIL-STD 810H tests against road hazards like shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures; there's some flex if you grasp the screen corners but none if you press the keyboard deck.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 right angle

The base model combines an Intel Core i5-1235U processor with 16GB of RAM, a 512GB NVMe solid-state drive, and a 1,920-by-1,280-pixel IPS touch screen. Our review unit has a non-touch display with the same resolution but steps up to a Core i7-1265U (two Performance cores, eight Efficient cores, 12 threads) and adds 5G mobile broadband to the standard Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth.

HP offers two other display choices: a 1,920-by-1,280 version of HP's Sure View Reflect panel with privacy filter, and a 3,000-by-2,000-pixel OLED screen for users who crave the richest colors and highest contrast. All models rely on Intel's Iris Xe integrated graphics. Windows 11 Pro is preinstalled.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 left ports

While the XPS 13 and MacBook Air have only Thunderbolt 4 ports (the Dell doesn't even have a headphone jack), the Elite Dragonfly G3 has a much handier array. There's one USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 port on each side, but the left edge also has an HDMI video output (and the SIM card slot), while the right side adds an audio jack and a USB 3.1 Type-A port as well as a security cable lockdown notch.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 right ports

Style and Security

It would have been nice to see the OLED panel, but the standard display is almost as impressive, with ample brightness and good contrast. Viewing angles are broad, and colors are rich and well saturated. Fine details are clear. Best of all is the screen's squarish 3:2 aspect ratio, which lets you see more of a document or webpage with less scrolling; it's a view that's easy to get used to and makes old-school 16:9 widescreens look squashed.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 front view

A 5-megapixel webcam blows away cheap 720p cameras, capturing ultra-sharp 2,560-by-1,440-pixel 16:9 or 2,560-by-1,920-pixel 4:3 stills and videos. Images are colorful and reasonably well-lit, with an HP Presence utility offering automatic framing and lighting adjustment and blurring the background if you like. A keyboard button, not a sliding shutter, toggles the webcam for privacy. Two top-edge microphones feature automatic noise reduction and voice leveling that keeps you audible as you move around within three meters of the PC.

Both webcam face recognition and a fingerprint sensor (it replaces the right Control key on the bottom row of the keyboard) are available for password-free Windows Hello logins. An Auto Lock and Awake function uses the webcam to secure and restart the system as you leave and return. The Elite Dragonfly G3 also boasts HP's Wolf Security suite with AI-based malware protection, Sure Click execution of apps and webpages in virtual-machine containers, and BIOS corruption defense with settings and operating system recovery over an office network.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 keyboard

I'll never accept HP laptops' placement of the cursor arrow keys in a row, with hard-to-hit, half-height up and down arrows stacked between full-sized left and right, instead of the proper inverted T. But otherwise, the Dragonfly's backlit keyboard is snappy and comfortable, with decent travel and feedback. A large, buttonless touchpad takes just a gentle press for a quiet click.

Two top-firing tweeters and two bottom front-firing woofers produce loud and clear sound with crisp highs and midtones and even a bit of bass; sound isn't distorted or harsh even at top volume, and it's easy to make out overlapping tracks. HP Audio Control software provides dynamic, music, movie, and voice presets and an equalizer. Other house-brand utilities range from HP Quick Drop to swap files with your phone to HP Easy Clean to disable the keyboard, touchpad, and (if present) touch screen for a couple of minutes while you apply a disinfecting wipe.

HP Elite Dragonfly G3 rear view

Testing the Elite Dragonfly G3: Five Heavy-Duty Lightweights Face Off

For our benchmark charts, we compared the Dragonfly Elite G3's performance to that of not only the Dell XPS 13 Plus and the Apple MacBook Air M2, but also two 2.5-pound, 14-inch ultraportables: the VAIO SX14, and the Editors'-Choice-and-every-other-award-winning Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10. You can see their basic specs in the table below.

Productivity Tests

The main benchmark of UL's PCMark 10 simulates a variety of real-world productivity and content-creation workflows to measure overall performance for office-centric tasks such as word processing, spreadsheeting, web browsing, and videoconferencing. We also run PCMark 10's Full System Drive test to assess the load time and throughput of a laptop's storage.

Beyond those, three benchmarks focus on the CPU, using all available cores and threads, to rate a PC's suitability for processor-intensive workloads. Maxon's Cinebench R23 uses that company's Cinema 4D engine to render a complex scene, while Primate Labs' Geekbench 5.4 Pro simulates popular apps ranging from PDF rendering and speech recognition to machine learning.

Finally, we use the open-source video transcoder HandBrake 1.4 to convert a 12-minute video clip from 4K to 1080p resolution (lower times are better). While Adobe Photoshop itself seemed to run fine, our usual automated extension PugetBench for Photoshop benchmark repeatedly crashed on the Dragonfly and isn't included in the charts.

The HP performed capably in these tests, easily clearing the 4,000 points in PCMark 10 that indicate excellent productivity for the likes of Word and Excel, though its 15-watt Core i7-1265U mobile processor couldn't keep up with the 28-watt P-series chips in the Lenovo and Dell. It's not suited for strenuous, workstation-level apps, but faultless for the everyday tasks for which it was designed.

Graphics Tests

We test Windows PCs' graphics with two DirectX 12 gaming simulations from UL's 3DMark, Night Raid (more modest, suitable for laptops with integrated graphics) and Time Spy (more demanding, suitable for gaming rigs with discrete GPUs).

We also run two tests from the cross-platform GPU benchmark GFXBench 5, which stresses both low-level routines like texturing and high-level, game-like image rendering. The 1440p Aztec Ruins and 1080p Car Chase tests, rendered offscreen to accommodate different display resolutions, exercise graphics and compute shaders using the OpenGL programming interface and hardware tessellation respectively. The more frames per second (fps), the better.

Neither the Elite Dragonfly G3 nor any other productivity-focused ultraportable is a speedy gaming machine; its after-hours pastimes are casual games and streaming media, not CGI combat or virtual reality.

Battery and Display Tests

We test laptops' battery life by playing a locally stored 720p video file (the open-source Blender movie Tears of Steel) with display brightness at 50% and audio volume at 100%. We make sure the battery is fully charged before the test, with Wi-Fi and keyboard backlighting turned off.

We also use a Datacolor SpyderX Elite monitor calibration sensor and its Windows software to measure a laptop screen's color saturation—what percentage of the sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3 color gamuts or palettes the display can show—and its 50% and peak brightness in nits (candelas per square meter).

The Apple and HP are in a class by themselves when it comes to battery life; the Dragonfly shows remarkable stamina for a 2.2-pound portable and will easily get you through a full day of work or school without looking for the nearest AC outlet. The appeal of its 3:2 aspect ratio display is its roomy view with reduced scrolling, not the glorious colors of the XPS 13's high-res OLED panel, but it's bright and easy on the eyes. (Again, Dragonfly buyers can opt for an OLED screen if they have the dough.)


A Great Grab-and-Go Companion

If it cost a few hundred bucks less, the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 would earn Editors' Choice honors and join the X1 Carbon as our favorite ultraportable—it offers an attractive, tall display, solid performance, great battery life, and a full set of ports in a remarkably trim 2.2-pound package. If you can afford it and especially if you need mobile broadband for connectivity where there's no Wi-Fi, it's a near-perfect pick.

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Killexams : HP says new Vancouver research site will open in 2026

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This low-priced PC is a solid choice for when you just need a no-frills laptop

By Nicholas De Leon

Walk into your local retailer and there’s a very good chance you’ll see several HP laptops on display in the computer section. The company makes all sorts of laptops, from high-end models aimed at digital creatives or budding content creators to more modest, workmanlike devices like the HP 14. It’s aimed at folks who just sorta need a laptop in the same way you just sorta need a toaster or teakettle: As long as it gets the job done without too much fluff, eh, that’s good enough.

That’s why Consumer Reports recently purchased an HP 14 (model DQ2053CL) for a budget-friendly price of $380, lived with it for a few weeks, then collected our thoughts for an overview.

In a world where laptops can easily go for more than $1,000, you might assume that a notebook that costs less than half of that would harbor some sort of hidden gotcha that justifies the lower price. Well, in our experience, this HP 14 is totally adequate for everyday stuff, like browsing the web to pay your bills or catch up on the news, or to print out your boarding pass for a trip to Grandma’s house.

The specs don’t scream “buy me!” but we think the HP 14 will work just fine for most people. And the price is hard to beat.

HP 14-DQ2053CL

Notable Features

  • Roomy 14-inch display. That’s right in the Goldilocks zone of “not too big, not too small,” so it should easily fit on a desk or in a bag for when you want to get up and go. Will the colors rival your big-screen TV’s? No, but for document-based work (using a web browser, working inside a spreadsheet, etc.), we’re not sure you’d notice the difference.

  • Spacious keyboard. The spacing of the keys feels good and not at all cramped, while the keyboard itself is backlit with what appears to be a white or very light blue backlight, making it easy to see what you’re typing in a dimly lit room. This is especially handy if you don’t have the layout entirely memorized and tend to glance every now and then to make sure you’re hitting the correct key. All good: Not everyone types for a living!

  • Built-in fingerprint reader. Hate having to type your passwords all the time? Then you’ll appreciate being able to simply let your fingerprint do the work.

  • Windows 11 in S Mode: This is a simplified version of Windows 11 that tries to strip away a lot of the cruft that can make using Windows slightly confusing if you’re not someone who sits in front of a computer all day. You’re limited to apps downloaded from the Microsoft App Store, but our guess is that if you mostly use mainstream apps like a web browser and productivity suite, it’s not that big of an issue. One omission you might find surprising is Google Chrome, which cannot be downloaded from this App Store. But in our experience, the Microsoft Edge browser (which uses the same underlying technology as Chrome, including the same extensions like password managers and ad blockers) is a perfectly capable stand-in. You can upgrade for free to the “full fat” version of Windows 11 via the Settings app, but we’re not sure that’s really necessary.

How Well Does the HP 14 Work?

Here’s a two-word summary: pretty well!

Upon opening the box you definitely get the feeling that this is more Timex than Rolex: It’s a mass-market device aimed at everyday consumers who don’t necessarily need (or even want) a premium laptop. It’s quite plasticy with a bit of flex to it. It sounds hollow when you tap it. The bezel (the border that frames the display itself) is pretty big compared with higher-end laptops. It’s covered in stickers.

All of the above are signs of a laptop that was designed to hit a low price. But you know what? When you’re actually using the laptop, it isn’t half bad.

In terms of specs, it has an Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of memory, and 256GB of solid-state storage. On paper, you’d be forgiven for thinking the laptop would be somewhat underwhelming.

Guess again. Browsing around the web, even on today’s ad-laden websites, proceeds smoothly. Watching HD video on YouTube is more or less identical to the experience you’d get on a much more powerful PC (such as the gaming PC this review is being written on), although you can really hear the laptop’s fans whirring while doing so.

Switching between different apps like Edge, Adobe Photoshop Elements, and Word either using the keyboard shortcut alt-tab or by clicking the Windows Task Bar? No problems there, showing that despite being a lower-priced laptop, its everyday performance is more than adequate.

If you’re the type of person who immediately downloads a tool like GeekBench or Prime95 to see how fast your computer actually is, well, none of this may be too impressive. But if you’re not that person (and most of us aren’t), then it’s hard to find much fault here.

Who Is the HP 14 For?

This feels like an ideal laptop for someone who doesn’t want to spend a lot of money on a laptop and isn’t too bothered by things like build quality or construction or having “only” an Intel Core i3 processor. It’s a laptop that will be used to pay bills, keep track of expenses, do some online shopping, and plan the occasional getaway, and will be tucked away in a spare bedroom/home office. It’s an appliance designed to do a job without fuss.

It’s not a premium experience—the materials do feel a little cheap, the display won’t exactly wow you, and the battery life is nothing to write home about, especially if you’ve used laptops like the LG Gram or Apple MacBook Air. But overall it’s not too shabby, especially for the price.

How Consumer Reports Tests Laptops

There are almost 200 laptops and Chromebooks in our ratings, with dozens of models added every year. These models are refreshed constantly, ensuring that only currently available laptops are presented to CR members.

Our experts run a series of tests to check things like how fast the laptop is able to carry out tasks like opening apps, bouncing between web pages, and processing spreadsheets. We have two separate battery tests to get a better understanding of what you can expect under different loads: One test plays back a 4K video until the battery is fully depleted, and the other tests cycles through several websites until the battery is fully depleted. Having both numbers should provide you a more comprehensive idea of what real-world battery life looks like.

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Consumer Reports is an independent, nonprofit organization that works side by side with consumers to create a fairer, safer, and healthier world. CR does not endorse products or services, and does not accept advertising. Copyright © 2022, Consumer Reports, Inc.

Fri, 07 Oct 2022 00:48:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://news.yahoo.com/hp-14-laptop-review-124828861.html Killexams : What does HP India Future Of Learning Study 2022 tell about digital education in India? In January 2022, the HP India Future of Learning Study 2022 came up with significant findings about digital or online education in India. It was conducted to ascertain the impact of a pandemic on education and how online education contributed to alleviating it, as a huge disruption in the studies was seen with the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020. There was overwhelmingly strong support and belief in online education with 98% of the parents and 99% of teachers surveyed crediting the continuity in learning to online education.
The other crucial findings of this study regarding online education in India were the following:
  • A good 91% of the students believed that online learning acted as a supplement to traditional classroom learning.
  • The study found, although a strong preference for online learning among teachers, students and parents.
    They preferred the inclusion of online learning mode in their present curriculum in some or other way alongside traditional teaching mode.
  • Among the main reasons for opting for hybrid learning was greater leisure time to follow interests and hobbies, and longer memory retention for students.
    Another reason for preferring hybrid learning was that it ensures uninterrupted learning and reduces learning disruptions that can happen due to inclement weather conditions, unprecedented health crises and administrative issues.
  • A majority of teachers hailed work-life balance as one of the most important advantages of online learning for them.
    While 82% of the surveyed teachers pointed out the need for more technological tools to ensure more productive online learning.
    74% of the teachers surveyed believed that more training needs to be imparted to them for using technology-based tools optimally to Excellerate their pedagogical skills.
  • Among the preferred devices for hybrid learning, personal computers including laptops were voted dominantly as the ideal choice.
    In this 88% of the surveyed teachers, 72% of students and 89% of parents believed PCs to be the ideal tool for online education.
    Ketan Patel, Managing Director of HP India said that PCs have become a popularly preferred choice among these people because of less eye strain, easier transfer of multiple files and better functionality.
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Killexams : HP Envy 16 Review Mon, 10 Oct 2022 02:32:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/hp-envy-16 Killexams : HP-RTM in Automotive and Aviation Applications

This webinar will introduce HP-RTM technologies; show characteristics, advantages and typical applications; and point out their huge potential for aviation applications.

Around 2010 in the automotive industry, the need arose for lightweight parts using preformed textiles made out of continuous (carbon) fiber layups infused with epoxy resin. There had been a few applications (e.g. roof element of the BMW E92) before that already using high-pressure resin transfer molding (HP-RTM), but at relatively low production volumes.

The preceding variant of this technology, vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM) infiltration and autoclave curing had been widely established, especially in the aviation industry and characterized by long infiltration and cure times and thus mostly suitable for low production volumes—but eventually large part sizes. This time, the focus moved to significantly higher production volumes and out of the niche of sports cars.

In that year, KraussMaffei introduced a metering system explicitly designed for HP-RTM 2K epoxy resin metering and mixing that chemical suppliers started to bring to the market.

What are the main advantages of HP-RTM?

For processing fast-curing, highly-reactive epoxy resin systems—that are prerequisite for short cycle times—there was the need of a metering and mixing concept that would mix the components using high-pressure impingement with no dynamic mixer and over a self-cleaning mix head that would not require solvent flushing.

In 2013, the first HP-RTM systems went into automotive serial production, making parts for up to 30,000 vehicles per year. Step-by-step, other process variants such as compression RTM and wetmolding (for more two-dimensional parts) as well as options for surface conditioning by overmolding of an RTM part in an adjacent process step or even RTM with thermoplastic matrix became available.

This webinar will introduce those technologies; show characteristics, advantages and typical applications; and point out their huge potential for aviation applications.

Agenda:

  • Moving towards HP-RTM: revolutionizing traditional composite manufacturing
  • Process schematics, characteristics and automotive applications
  • HP-RTM in aviation: requirements and potential
  • Outlook of HP-RTM
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Killexams : Today’s HP Envy laptop deal cuts $370 off the price tag A woman video chats with her friends on an HP Envy laptop. © Provided by Digital Trends A woman video chats with her friends on an HP Envy laptop.

Here’s one of the best HP laptop deals that you can avail right now — HP’s $370 discount for the HP Envy 17, which brings its price down to $930 from its original price of $1,300. This powerful and popular laptop will generate a lot of interest with this sale, so if you want to take advantage of this offer, it’s highly recommended that you buy it right now. We’re not sure how long stock will last, or when the price cut will end.

Buy Now

HP is one of the best laptop brands and is known for reliable products, so HP Envy deals like its current offer for the HP Envy 17 always draw a lot of attention from shoppers. Digital Trends’ best laptops include the HP Elite Dragonfly Chromebook and HP Elite Dragonfly 3, and the HP Envy 17 continues the brand’s winning ways with its powerful performance and gorgeous design. It’s equipped with the 12th-generation Intel Core i7 processor and integrated Intel Iris Xe Graphics, with the 16GB of RAM that our laptop buying guide recommends if you’ll be running demanding apps or engaging in any kind of content creation.

The 17.3-inch Full HD screen of the HP Envy 17 displays sharp details and accurate colors, and will let you see your friends and colleagues clearly during online meetings that are enabled by the HP True Vision 5MP camera with AI Noise Reduction technology and integrated dual array digital microphones. The laptop also comes with Windows 11 Home pre-installed on its 512GB SSD, so you can start using it right away as soon as you boot it up, and fast-charging will replenish its battery by about 50% after just 30 minutes of being plugged in.

Whether you’re looking through laptop deals for a device that you can use for work or school, you should have your sights set on the HP Envy 17. You only have to pay $930 for this powerful machine instead of its sticker price of $1,300, as it’s $370 off at HP. The offer may disappear at any moment though, so if you’re already looking forward to using the HP Envy 17 for your daily activities, add it to your cart and check out immediately to avail the discount.

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Killexams : HP: Unique pen installed by teachers to aid learning at school in Nahan Sep 06, 2022, 09:02PM ISTSource: ANI

A unique pen was made by a team of teachers at Government High School at Nahan town in Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh on September 05. The ink pen which was installed in the school premises is 20 feet long and weighs 43 kg. It is the world’s largest ink pen. The pen could help students in learning and teaching as it was equipped with sound sensor. If a teacher takes holiday on the next day, then the teacher will record his lecture and send it to the school management through mobile. It was also equipped with CCTV cameras and can keep tabs on students. “This pen can be used as teaching-learning material. Suppose a teacher is absent, they can record their lecture and send it to other teachers. The lecture can be aired through the pen which has a sound sensor,” said School Headmaster Dr Sanjeev Attri.

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