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Thursday, July 01, 2010
Toshiba And Intel Launch The CM1 Tablet PC For Education


Toshiba and Intel will jointly commercialize an educational-use tablet PC designed to facilitate learning in compulsory education, teh companies announced today.

Toshiba will launch the new CM1 tablet PC for educational use in the beginning of August, 2010 in the Japanese market. Going forward, the two companies plan to collaborate in various ways to foster Information and communication technology (ICT) environments in schools.

The CM1 has been specially developed to be commercialized for educational purposes by Intel, which promotes ICT education on a global basis, and by Toshiba. The tablet has a 10.1 inch touchscreen monitor, which rotates 180 degrees and supports pen input, allowing students to practice handwriting. The device has a robust, shock-resistant designs and low power consumption. It can connected with electronic blackboards and projectors wirelessly to enable students both to collaborate and present work. The PC also has a handle to make it easy to carry around at school.

With the launch of their new product, Toshiba and Intel plan to promote ICT-supported education in elementary and junior high schools. Intel will use the CM1 tablet PC for its educational programs and demonstrations at schools, for example, to foster such ICT environments.

The CM1, available from beginning of August (open pricing).



Specifications

Model/ Model number: CM1/PACM112MNEE
OS: Windows 7 Professional 32-bit
CPU: Intel Atom Processor N450 (1.66 GHz)
Chipset: Intel NM10 Express Chipset

Screen: 10.1 inch, pressure-sensitive, LCD touch screen (1366x768) Power-saving LED backlight

HDD/Memory: 160GB/2GB
Dimensions: Approximately (268 x216 x 35.6 to 57.0mm)
Weight: Approximately 1.8kg
Other features: 100Base-TX/10Base-T, wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g/n), rotatory webcam, stereo speakers, microphone, 2 USB ports, 1 RGB, carry handle


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