Intel Corp. has unveiled the third generation of its low-cost laptop for students, which branches out from the standard clamshell design with a tablet-style option and includes a touch screen.


Introduced at the Intel Developer Forum 2008 in San Francisco Aug. 20, the new Classmate PC--slated for deployment by the end of this year--is aimed primarily at students worldwide in grades 3-8.


"We spent a lot of time with ethnographers, building this Classmate with students in mind," said Jeff Galinovsky, regional manager for the Classmate PC. "We've been collecting over two years of research to help develop the best PC for students."


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