Intel's New Convertible Classmate PC Doubles as E-Reader
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"The Intel Classmate PC has been around for the last three years
as a low-cost notebook meant for children to use at school and for
learning. Now, Intel is looking to refresh the design with a new,
convertible model that can also be used like a tablet.
"The convertible Classmate PC can be twisted into a slate,
similar in form factor to the Apple iPad, or used as a traditional
notebook with a full keyboard.
"“This is not the cheapest netbook in the market,”
says Jeff Galinovsky, regional manager for the Classmate PC
ecosystem. “But if you look at the features like
ruggedization, design and the software, it offers great value in
the education market.”