In the T+L² exhibit hall, hundreds of educational technology companies were on hand to demonstrate the latest products and services for use in schools. Here's a look at some of the innovations on display in the hardware category this year:


Fourier Systems introduced the Nova5000, a new one-to-one computing device that attempts to "bridge the gap between the cost-prohibitive laptop and the less functional handheld device." Weighing 2.2 pounds, Nova5000 is a Windows CE 5.0 tablet computing device that aims to meet students' everyday computing needs, including internet access, word processing, spreadsheets, and eMail. The total

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