Intel partners with McGraw-Hill on updated Classmate PC

The Classmate PC was designed to be a complete eLearning device, said Intel ethnographer Tony Salvador.

“It enhances the experience for a student,” he said. “It’s more than just text. You can begin incorporating multimedia. In tablet mode it can be a [digital] reader, but the touch screen allows students to annotate and highlight.”

Today’s students don’t just consume materials, but produce them as well, and Salvador said the new Classmate PC allows them to do that effectively.

The computers are manufactured by a number of local selling partners, or original equipment manufacturers, and can be delivered to schools on a micro or macro level, Intel said.


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