Thursday, January 23, 2014

Intel Reveals Latest Android Education Tablet & Classmate PC

Intel has unveiled its new Tablet and a classmate PC totally dedicated to education at Bett 2014, a learning technology event in London, the UK. Intel own's his own education solution system and these new devices are a part of it.

According to some relevant sources, both these devices, Education Tablet and Classmate PC have rugged designs that can even withstand a fall from desk (70cm height) and are water-resistence and dust-resistence. The Intel Education Tablet operates on Android 4.2 and has a rubber bumper on the sides for a firm hold especially for kids. A power button for accidental pushes and a pen like stylus to operate. 

Get More Info on the Latest Intel Education Tablet & Classmate PC

The Education Tablet is powered by Intel Atom Dual-core processor Z2520 possessing both, rear and front facing cameras, provides 12 hours of battery life and also has an optional 3G support. The Intel Atom processor Z2520 supports hyper-threading technology which clicks in at 1.2 Ghz allowing four applications to run parallel enhancing the efficiency of the core processor. This integrated device is also equipped with Intel Graphics Media Accelerator engine providing support for 3D visuals with full HD 1080 pixel density for video encoding and decoding at 30 frames per second. This Intel high-tech gadget is among list of best Android Tablets mentioned in previous blog.

Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is most important.” - Bill Gates
The 10" Classmate PC is powered with Intel Celeron Processor N2806 and runs on Windows 8.1. A similar device with Windows 7 version and Linux version with Intel Celeron Processor N2805 will be introduced later this year. Its features also includes a rotable camera to promote the content creation.

The Intel Education Tablet and Classmate PC have special features for students such as snap-on magnification tool and a temperature sensor probe that fits into the device's audio jack. It also includes features that allows students to view microscopic and macroscopic images for data analysis.


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