HP Announces Sprout Pro

The device is suited for both classrooms and design professionals.

HP has unveiled the Sprout Pro, the second evolution of its immersive computing platform. This version is designed for schools and professionals.

For the classroom, according to the company, Sprout Pro consolidates the PC, document camera, 2D and 3D scanners for an all-in-one solution for teachers and students.

According to a company press release, the Sprout Pro offers the following capabilities for professionals:

  • The Sprout Companion for Skype for Business enables a new level of remote sharing and collaboration including the ability to share a Sprout 2D capture during a Skype meeting, as well as easily annotate on the Skype whiteboard using the Sprout pen and mat.
  • HP External Display Mixer allows users to share what’s on the Sprout dual screen, video from the webcam, or the downward facing camera — or all at the same time.
  • HP Scan provides added professional-level document scanning and optical character recognition with features like custom resolution, exposures, color or grayscale and scan destinations for pro-level results.
  • HP Magnifier replaces a document camera and allows users to share live physical objects or documents with an audience, including zooming and capture.
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Professional provides a safer, innovative and updated experience while helping you to manage your devices, apps, and identities.
  • The new generation Intel Core i7 processors with DDR4 memory for additional processing power and integrated graphics performance.
“Sprout Pro adds tools for creative professionals, students and instructors to the ground breaking Sprout platform,” said Louis Kim, global head and general manager of Immersive Computing, HP. “Instant 2D/3D scanning, augmented reality and an immersive dual screen is now boosted by pro-class applications and security - accelerating workflows and safeguarding data. Sprout Pro is another milestone in expanding HP’s vision of blended reality.”

For more information, visit HP.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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