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New convertible PC for kids

Intel today released information about its new Intel powered convertible classmate PC reference design
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Intel today released information about its new Intel-powered convertible classmate PC reference design, adding to the existing classmate PC designs as part of the Intel® Learning Series.

The classmate PC offers a flexible design which converts easily from a clamshell design to a tablet PC and provides enhanced e-reading.

For more information, visit www.intel.com/intel/worldahead/classmatepc/

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