Get an HP EliteBook, Microsoft Office Pro and more for one price

This special bundle is only available for a limited time.

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Make working from home an absolute breeze with this specially curated offer that includes an HP EliteBook, a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Professional for Windows and eight courses on how to use each of the programs included in the suite.

The HP EliteBook 840 is a secure, supremely portable PC that makes collaborating while working remotely easier than ever. This refurbished model runs Windows 10 Professional, offering elite security, connectivity and collaboration features for being productive no matter where you’re working. It offers pre-configured enterprise-level PC protection and fast and efficient wireless LAN to get online anywhere.

In addition, Microsoft Office Professional includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher and Access — everything you need to be more efficient in your day-to-day workflow. Plus, the updated ribbon interface allows you to seamlessly jump between windows while keeping all of your customizations readily available. That makes working on complicated projects in which you have to leverage multiple platforms a whole lot easier.

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Finally, the bundle includes eight courses from some of the web’s top instructors, each focused on one of the included programs in Microsoft Office Pro. Whether you want to refresh your Excel skills or you’ve never used Publisher or Access before, these courses will prepare you to get the most out of your lifetime access.

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Get a complete remote work overhaul for a single price. Sold separately, this HP EliteBook, Microsoft Office, and courses bundle would cost more than $2,000, but you can get it today for just $669.99.

Prices and availability are subject to change.

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