Lenovo Classmate +, computer oriented education
In addition to presenting a wide range of ultrabooks and tablets, Lenovo took the framework of the CES 2012 consumer electronics fair to announce the launch of a new netbook aimed at the educational segment. The new Lenovo Classmate + has a screen of 10,(se_puede_optar_por_una_pantalla_tradicional_o_por_una_pantalla_tactil) 1″ and is designed to withstand bumps and scratches in a very demanding market as education where the falls and other accidents tend to be common.
The Chinese company has not given many details of the team, despite the fact that it will be released this month, that Yes, through the ways of the educational institutions and Governments.Highlights of the team is its design. The screen has a hinge to be able to turn to the sides without danger of breakage (supports tens of thousands of cycles). Your keyboard is designed to withstand liquid spills (although it has not been specified yet how much Coke can support). Another detail of the design is in the built-in handle for easy transport.
This netbook features the new processor Intel Atom N2600, a good performance processor with 1.6 GHz, dual-core, and the ability to work as if we will tell you with four cores processing thanks to Hyper-Threading technology. Also emphasizes the inclusion of a memory RAM 2 GB. For storage, you can choose a hard drive up to 320 GB or 32 GB SSD memory. An inclusion interesting since SSD cards provide greater reliability and speed of the hard disk.
In case of choosing the touch screen, the team includes a stylus to make drawings and write on the screen. In terms of connections, will feature with optional HDMI, VGA, and USB ports and even the possibility of incorporating a 3 G module. The new netbook Lenovo Classmate + will have 10 hours through the six-cell battery. It will be available in January.