Lenovo , Intel join hands to transform learning experience in India
Added On:7/18/2012 2:02:00 PM
Acknowledging the importance of the right kind of knowledge and skills to enhance the learning experience, two tech giants Lenovo and Intel have joined hands. According to latest chunk of information, Lenovo has introduced a new range of PCs - the Lenovo Classmate + and ThinkCentre TINY.
Insiders informed, these new PCs are specifically designed for students, teachers and IT administrators. These are packed with features like greater spill resistance, affordability and battery life up to 10 hours.
The latest offerings by Lenovo are touted to be based on the Intel Learning Series reference designs and incorporate the remarkable Intel Learning Series suite for using e-reader, web camera and digital writing features. Intel Learning Series suite is actually specialized educational software that includes an extensive range of teaching resources.
The Lenovo Classmate + demonstrates how mobile computing fits into any learning environment without considering location and budget, while the other product ThinKCentre TINY is claims as an ideal choice for all the students as it consumes 40 percent less energy and is just 1 litre in size.
Commenting at the time of launch Rahul Agarwal, Executive Director, commercial Business Lenovo India has stated, the education industry worldwide as well as in India, is rapidly evolving to become more student-centric and this is an opportune time for solution providers to leverage this opportunity.
Besides these devices, Lenovo and Intel also share their solutions with key educational service providers in Delhi where they offer a perspective on the challenges, trends and usage models of the Indian education segment.
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