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Lenovo unveils smarter, more rugged Classmate+ laptops

Lenovo unveils smarter, more rugged Classmate+ laptops

Lenovo announced its second-generation Classmate+ laptops that are designed for use in classrooms. They come in both traditional clamshell and convertible laptop form factors based on the Intel Learning Series reference designs. The new models are smarter and more rugged with several improvements including greater spill resistance and extended battery life.

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HP Mini Classmate PC Breaks Cover at Computex

HP Mini Classmate PC Breaks Cover at Computex

Are you one of the many just getting out of school? Or, perhaps you've been out of school for years, but you still wait patiently for all those back-to-school specials for other reasons. It's a great time for deals, surely, but it's also a great time to see what companies are working on for their appropriate markets. For example, we've got here the HP Mini Classmate PC, which, as far as we can tell, looks crafted as much as possible to be for the kids out there in need of a laptop.

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Intel CTL 2go Convertible Classmate NL2 tablet gets official

Intel CTL 2go Convertible Classmate NL2 tablet gets official

Intel have launched their latest Classmate PC design, the CTL 2go Convertible Classmate PC NL2, and to be honest we're wondering why kids get to play with this and we don't.  Based on Intel's Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, paired with 1GB of RAM and a choice of up to 32GB of flash or a 2.5-inch HDD, the NL2 gets a 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 resistive touchscreen, water-resistant keyboard and touchpad, and optional WiMAX, 3G or GPS.

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CTL 2go Convertible Classmate PC reviewed: Steal it from your kids

CTL 2go Convertible Classmate PC reviewed: Steal it from your kids

The CTL 2go Convertible Classmate PC (aka Intel Convertible Classmate PC) had its official launch at CES 2009, and many had high-hopes for the touchscreen netbook.  Much of that was down to its already infamous touch-usability, and that's certainly won praise in Laptop Mag's review.  Sitting on top of Windows XP is a quick-launcher CTL call "Blue Dolphin", offering finger-friendly instant access to apps and settings.  As previews suggested, it's one of the most successful launcher implementations on a netbook-style device, and should, according to reviewer Joanna Stern, find favor with adults and children alike.

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