PxPixel
Tablet upgrade supports 1:1 computing - Tech Learning

Tablet upgrade supports 1:1 computing

 With its pen and touch input, the convertible Tablet PC supports solutions that encourage 1:1 learning and interaction in the classroom, enabling students and teachers to draw diagrams, take notes or annotate documents in their own handwriting.
Author:
Publish date:

Toshiba has updated the Portégé M750 with more powerful Intel® CoreT 2 Duo processors. With its pen and touch input, the convertible Tablet PC with a 12.1-inch diagonal display supports solutions that encourage 1:1 learning and interaction in the classroom, enabling students and teachers to draw diagrams, take notes or annotate documents in their own handwriting. 

Additionally, Toshiba's Digital Products Division has announced the availability of its new line of Satellite Pro®, Tecra® and Portégé® business laptops with Windows® 7 support. The Satellite Pro line features new screen size options in 15.6-inch, 17.3-inch diagonal display configurations as well as a 13.3-inch diagonal touch-screen display and includes performance enhancements that will appeal to cost-conscious professionals. Toshiba will continue to pre-install Windows® XP Professional on most laptops, bundling Windows 7 Professional upgrade media so businesses have the choice to upgrade when they are ready.

Featured

Related

Tablet PC Gets Touchy

Fujitsu has announced it now offers multi touch input in its LifeBook(R) T5010 convertible tablet PC. The touch screen function on the 13.3-inch display supports two-finger touch for actions including panning, rotating, flicks and zooming. 

New Android tablet released

Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) today confirmed details of the upcoming launch of the Thrive™ Tablet, its first Android™-powered tablet for the U.S. market.