Lenovo launches laptop and desktop for students

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Lenovo has launched its latest range of laptops and desktops for students in the international computer market segment. These models are aptly named as Lenovo Classmate and ThinkCentre Tiny for laptop and desktop respectively. The desktop ThinkCentre Tiny is designed to consume less energy. As per the sources, this student-friendly desktop makes use of 40% less energy compared to that of normal desktop personal computers.

The device has been released in various versions.The prices will varydepending up on the configuration that the students opt for.This desktop is  expected tomake use of some standard and advanced features. The major attraction of this desktop is the implementation of a durability feature such as spill resistance.

Other notable features include the affordability as far as the pricing is taken in to consideration and also battery backup of close to 10 hours. As per the sources, company has said that they have designed this desktop for not only students but also teachers and administrators. This desktop computer by Lenovo will make use of Intel Processor.

The laptop version released by Lenovo known as Lenovo Classmate+ makes use of more advanced features compared to that of ThinkCentre Tiny. This laptop makes use of Intel processor. This device also makes use of Intel’s Learning Series Software Suite. This software suite can be used effectively with e-reader, digital writing and also webcamera. The pricing of this product is not currently available as per the sources.

One of the sources in the company has said in an official statement that their latest range of laptops and desktops will provide students with an easier access to class materials and other content. These advanced features would make a kind of virtual class room environment for students beyond the schools there by enhancing their learning experience.

The company has also started that there is an immense opportunity across the educational sector for growing their business. Theyhave said that as of now education sector contributes only15% to their over all laptop and desktop business and they expect thistogrow up to 20% in the coming years by introducing these customized versions for addressing student’s needs.

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