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These days, you can work from pretty much anywhere. The entrepreneurial world is so flexible, you’re probably asking yourself, “Can I work from pretty much anywhere?” Well, now you’re thinking about bumpy bus rides and crowded train cars and emergencies that make you get off the treadmill at the gym. It’s not always easy to work in these places from a smartphone or a laptop. A tablet, on the other hand?


Right now is a great time to go shopping for a tablet because during our Refurbished Event (running until September 30th), you can get an incredible price on all kinds of refurbished electronics, including an HP x360 33 G1 EE 11.6″ ProBook.

This 2013 ProBook is a Windows 10 Professional laptop that seamlessly converts to a tablet thanks to the 11.6″ Full HD touchscreen display. It’s the best of both worlds, offering an Intel Pentium N4200 1.1GHz processor that helps you optimize your multitasking productivity while you can set up the device in any orientation you prefer. Unlike many , the ProBook packs 8GB of RAM for fast, smooth performance, and is loaded with 128GB of HDD storage that gives you more than enough space for all of your important files. It even has an Intel HD graphics card, giving it the power of a laptop with the flexibility and convenience of a tablet.

And unlike most tablets, this ProBook offers three USB ports, a LAN port, an ethernet port, as well as WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth capabilities. It even has a grade “A” refurbished rating.

Gear up while our Refurbished Event is on until September 30th. Grab a refurbished 11.6″ HP ProBook in black for 14% off $269 at just $229.99 for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

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