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RM Education are delighted to announce an exciting new era in its partnership with HP Inc. On the back of a recent review of the core range of RM recommended laptops and desktops, HP were selected as the partner of choice, representing the best hardware solutions for education.

Building on a successful introduction of HP Chrome devices to the RM Recommends range earlier in 2016, John Srawley, Head of Procurement for RM Education said “Our relationship with HP has evolved healthily over the last 18 months and we are delighted to now have them as our recommended partner.”

Neil Sawyer, HP Channel Manager (UK & I) reciprocated John’s thoughts, adding "RM and HP are perfectly positioned to introduce schools and colleges to the technology and services necessary to equip children with the digital knowledge and skills required for the future. We are very excited."

RM Recommends

The RM Recommends range is built on the premise that school hardware is constantly changing and evolving, with that it is critical to ensure our solutions are relevant to education from both a product specification and pricing perspective.

RM puts potential products through their paces, with high expectations of quality garnered from over 40 years in education, testing build quality, performance, functionality and design before ensuring the products are commercially viable for schools.

For more information on the products, specification options, prices or to buy now, visit the RM Store via the links below:

HP ProDesk 400 G4

HP ProBook 450 G3

Win £1,000 for your school with RM & HP!

We’ll shortly be releasing information on how you can win £1,000 to spend on a variety of RM and HP products for your school, keep an eye on our Twitter page for updates, or, to ensure you’re the first to be informed, sign up for updates at RM.com/HardwareUpdates



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Delighted to be part of this brilliant partnership. Between RM and HP we are very optimistic about the future of education and what children look for when it comes to inspiration and ideas on the skills they need to develop over the coming years in preparation for their entry into the workplace. If we have this at our core, the possibilities are endless.
Neil Sawyer

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