I can almost smell the holy grail...the right hardware, the right ecosystem, the right price. Intel has hit a home run with its Studybook.
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Intel and Microsoft take 2 different approaches to addressing the digital divide.
Remember the Kno? Last September, I called the 14.
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It's easy to forget Intel's so-called clamshell Classmate when their convertible tablet works so well, but new ruggedization features make it worth a look in a variety of markets.
Sold largely in developing markets, the Intel Education Appliance has incredible potential and utility for potential markets as well.
The Intel-sponsored Computer Clubhouses provide at-risk students with the opportunity to engage with other students and diverse mentors to not only learn about computer technology but also to apply what they learn to real-world issues.
I had a great talk with Intel's Jeff Galinovsky today about the updated Convertible Classmate they previewed at CeBIT. While I covered many of the technical details already based on their press release and promotional materials, he was able to give me some additional details about their growing ecosystem and new content for the updated Classmate.
From the maybe-they're-just-trying-to-make-nice-with-government-regulators-but-who-cares-about-their-motivations department, Intel announced today that it was partnering with President Obama's Innovate to Educate program to the tune of $200 million in teacher training initiatives over the next three years.
Guess what? One single device wins this award in my book. It wins for both best and worst simultaneously. What is it? It's the OLPC XO.