AUS Kuwait students to get ThinkPad tablets
Dubai, August 5, 2013
The American University School (AUS) in Kuwait is set to equip its students with the ThinkPad Tablet 2 from Lenovo, in the academic year starting September.
The 10.1-inch tablet features 10-hour battery life and weighs less than 600 gm. It includes Windows 8 and its applications and offers five-finger multi-touch technologies, said a statement.
Its full size USB port will enable students to connect to a variety of external devices in addition to wireless accessed devices. Students will also receive a case and a dockable keyboard, it said.
American University School views technology as a valuable tool to accomplish its educational vision and mission. The comprehensive, school-wide technological infrastructure plan is aimed at ensuring that students receive instruction using the latest and newest technological learning tools. - TradeArabia News Service
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