by June 27, 2014 0 comments

Intel India unveiled the Intel Education 2 in 1, its first-ever hybrid PC reference design for students. Aimed at enahancing the education aspect for schools across the country, Intel has joined hands with the likes of MBD, Pearson and so on for delivering the relevant education content for these devices. 

The Intel Education 2-in-1 is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor Z3740D, runs Windows 8.1, and provides up to 7.8 hours of battery life as a tablet and an optional 3+ hours of additional battery life when docked. Its ruggedised design can withstand drops from 70cms and offers IP 51 water and dust resistance. A stylus with a realistic pen-like grip is also provided to enhance the functionality.

The Intel Education 2-in-1 has front-facing and rear-facing cameras to promote content creation and scientific exploration. The dual-docking mode allows students the option of having the tablet screen face them when using the keyboard or having the tablet screen face their peers to facilitate collaboration.

Education sector in the country is looking for some innovation from within the industry and with the likes of Intel now switching their focus towards the future with hybrid personal computers, students can be the biggest benefactors from this announcement. The company informed that the Education 2-in-1 reference design tablet is available at select outlets in the country with price starting from Rs 24,000 depending upon the said requirment.  

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