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New Galaxy Tab Designed for Education

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today at FETC 2014 announced plans to launch a new Galaxy Tab developed for education, which will be available for K-12 school deployments for the 2014-2015 academic year.
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Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today at FETC 2014 announced plans to launch a new Galaxy Tab developed for education, which will be available for K-12 school deployments for the 2014-2015 academic year. Launching as part of the Google Play for Education program, the classroom-ready, 10.1-inch tablet will offer simple set up and device management, access to curated educational content, and other features to support dynamic, digital teaching and learning.

Samsung's Galaxy Tab is designed for integration with Google Play for Education, Google's content store for K-12 schools. Google Play for Education gives educators access to a wide selection of teacher-approved apps, books, and videos.

Available from April, the new Galaxy Tab for education will be sold through Samsung distribution and channel partners.

Additionally, the full line-up of Samsung's education products and solutions will be on display at FETC this week at the Orange County Convention Center, Booth #323, and includes:

  • Samsung School - A fully integrated one-to-one learning package that combines the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with an interactive whiteboard display and other classroom technology, tied together through interactive management software.
  • Samsung Chromebook - For educators seeking a centrally managed and cost-effective solution that is for one-to-one learning.
  • Interactive Whiteboards - Interoperable with PCs and tablets on all major operating systems.
  • Samsung Printing Solutions - With MobilePrint App, Samsung devices also allow teachers and students to print documents from smartphones or tablet PCs.

More information on Samsung's full technology portfolio for education is available at www.samsung.com/education.

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