In another bit of mobile-market slippage, Intel is said to have cut in half the number of its StudyBook educational tablets that it believes it will sell in the next two years. According to a Digitimes report on Friday, Intel had planned to sell between 3 and 4 million of its "ruggedized and purpose-built tablet for 21st century …
Rumoured to be running Android honeycomb, why not Ice cream sandwich or Jellybean its seems crazy to release a new tablet running a old version of Android when Ice cream sandwich has the source code released 12 months ago.
Shock! Has someone realised that you don't need a £400 tablet to teach kids to read and write.
> Shock! Has someone realised that you don't need a £400 tablet to teach kids to read and write.
But you can teach them about common sense and corporate greed.
Dated and cheesy
Why would they be putting WIndows 7 on the things, when tablets appear to be the only thing Windows 8 is good for?
It would be interesting to see the price difference between the android and the win offering, and is it possible to buy Windows for an android device?
Surprised to hear these low-res panels are manufactured in volume anymore. Prices of these tables anyone?
$300 price point
I'm sure that back in April that seemed like a good idea for third world education tablets. Now, not so much.
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