In a move to capture the vast educational market for computer teaching resources, Intel has launched its latest classroom resource at a very competitive price. Inevitably the design will be branded by computer giants as a way of offering fun educational games into the classroom as well as a prime teaching aid. The design, running on the well-proven Intel Atom chip and priced at around $100, will be a significant competitor to the iPad. The $400 lower price tag of the Intel tablet to the iPad will be very attractive to school budgets. And the sturdy design of the Intel offering could be far more attractive in a school environment. More………
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