Today, TabPilot Learning Systems launched the Breea line of tablets for the classroom. The Breea Freedom HD tablet features an HD display and wireless broadcasting capabilities for displaying tablet content on a classroom projector via the Breea Freedom Receiver. The wireless combo allows the teacher to use the tablet while freely moving around the classroom using the tablet to share web sites, presentations, videos, or other content with the class.
The company offers a special tablet stand that effectively turns the Breea Freedom HD into a portable, wireless, document camera. With this configuration, a teacher can display any object placed under the tablet, including student work, from anywhere in the classroom.
The Freedom HD comes installed with TabPilot Tablet Manager, a cloud-based management system that secures the device by only allowing students to access apps enabled by the teacher.
The Breea Freedom HD is a 9.7” tablet running the Android operating system. It’s powered by a quad-core processor and comes with 16GB of internal storage. The capacitive touch screen offers 2048 X 1536 resolution, the same as the iPad Retina display. A long-life battery lasts for at least 7 hours.
TabPilot offers demo units to schools who wish to evaluate the tablets on-site and also offers free trials of the Tablet Manager system.