HP ProBook x360 11" Convertible w/Active Pen

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HP ProBook x360 11" Convertible w/Active Pen
Price: $268.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Jun 04 to Tuesday, Jun 05) + transit
Condition: New

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4/16/2018 - $269.99 - [[url=https://computers.woot.com/offers/hp-probook-x360-11-convertible-w-active-pen-1]3/30/2018 - $269.99](]Click To See Discussion (14 comments)[/url)
11/8/2017 - $329.99

The hand model has freckles and could own a cat.

“active pen” is huge. i bought a similar device recently, assuming the pen would have pressure sensitivity, but it did not. “active pen” means it does. if i didnt already have such a similar laptop, id buy this.the one i got was basically $100 less. so if pressure sensitivity (ie art applications) means much to you, this seems like a great deal.

I bought this item last time they were on Woot. I have been pleased with it. I use it for guitar music. One feature I love about it is a built in magnet. I think it is supposed to “lock” the screen back in tablet mode. But it “sticks” nicely to a music stand. I am not a pen user, but the touch screen works well and I have good battery life. The only thing wish it had was a back lit keyboard. Other than that, I have found it to be a nice little device.

can the ram be upgraded? If so, what is the maximum?

Here’s what I found on HP’s site.
[HP ProBook x360 11 G1 EE Notebook PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support]
Supports up to 8 GB maximum on-board (not customer accessible)
And in the User Guide - System memory affixed to system board

I read this as not really upgradeable.

I’m thinking about something like this for my daughter’s middle school use, however I don’t care for 4GB RAM with Win 10.

Another observation. This listing appears to be the same as the offering on 4/16, however the 2 prior (3/30 & 11/8) use the Celeron N3450. According to [Intel Celeron N3350 Basic Laptop Processor – Laptop Processors], the N3450 has a benchmark of twice this N3350.

Decisions, decisions :wink: