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Lenovo offers schools Intel Classmate PC

Lenovo has begun pitching the latest incarnation of Intel's Classmate PC, a netbook for nippers. Lenovo Classmate+ Inside the rather natty casing sits a 1.8GHz Atom N455 processor - not the latest of the line - 1GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive - solid state storage is optional - 10/100Mb/s Ethernet and 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi …
Hard Reg, 11 Mar 2011
Intel Classmate PC

Intel Classmate PC comes to UK

Intel has launched the latest incarnation of its Classmate PC - announced earlier this year - in the UK ahead of the gadget's arrival next month. Intel Classmate PC Intel's latest Classmate PC: from clamsell... The Atom-based convertible sports a largely standard netbook spec - Atom CPU, 10.1in, 1024 x 600 display and …
Tony Smith, 21 Apr 2010

Intel Classmate PC turns tablet

Intel has demo'd the third incarnation of its kid-friendly Classmate PC, a new model that incorporates not only a touchscreen but also one that swivels into a tablet mode. Intel Classmate PC 3 Intel Classmate PC 3 Intel's Classmate PC: now third-gen, now works in tablet mode The new machine will also gain the Atom processor …
Tony Smith, 21 Aug 2008

Intel Classmate PC lands in UK for £239

Intel's kid-friendly cut-price computer concept has come to the UK courtesy of local supplier Actronix. Dubbed the JumPC, the Small, Cheap Computer is based on a 900MHz Intel Celeron Mobile processor and the chip giant's 915GMS chipset. It has 512MB of DDR 2 memory on board and 2GB of Flash storage - though you can select a 30GB …
Tony Smith, 17 Jul 2008
Intel's second-generation Classmate PC

Daewoo's laptop is child's play – literally

Further details have emerged online of Intel's second-generation Classmate PC sub-laptop, but this time the education-oriented unit's been branded by Daewoo. Daewoo_lukid_01 Daewoo's Lukid is aimed at children. Images courtesy of Aving The chip manufacturer unveiled the second-generation CPC at IDF in Shanghi back in April. …
James Sherwood, 23 Jun 2008

Microsoft gives XP an extra two years to live (kinda)

Microsoft said today it will continue to sell Windows XP Home beyond its scheduled June 30 kill-date for the emerging class of "ultra-low-cost PCs," or ULCPCs. The operating system has been granted a reprieve until mid-2010, but only for the diminutive laptops such as the Asus Eee PC and Intel Classmate PC which lack the …
Austin Modine, 03 Apr 2008
Windows Vista teaser

Microsoft says ‘hasta la vista XP’ - well, kinda

Microsoft yesterday sent customers a letter reaffirming its plans to kill off Windows XP sales at the end of June and that system builders can continue to ship machines loaded with the OS until early 2009. That widely-known caveat has been viewed by many as a considerable insurance policy for the software giant, which has failed …
Kelly Fiveash, 24 Jun 2008