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Old 4th March 2009, 17:37   #1
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Default Intel's Convertible Classmate PC

It's hard to look at the Convertible Classmate PC and not think "netbook for kids," but it's really much more than that. Intel has obviously put a lot of engineering time into every aspect of the new Classmate PC, with the touch screen being the most obvious example. Rather than simply slapping a touch interface on a standard netbook, Intel looked for ways to improve upon touch-screen use in Windows, with a strong focus on educational tools.

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