Apr 11 2012, 1:22pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Intel has unveiled the latest addition to its line of education notebooks and netbooks. This time around, the addition is called the Studybook and it's not a notebook or netbook - it's a tablet. The tablet will come in versions that run Android Honeycomb and a Windows version. The Android version will have a 3G option.
The tablet uses an Intel Atom Z650 processor and has 1 GB of memory. It will be offered with 4 GB up to 32 GB of storage and has a seven-inch 1024 x 600 touchscreen display. The tablet can be optioned with a 0.3-megapixel front camera and a two-megapixel rear camera. It has an integrated accelerometer with an optional light sensor, microSD card slot for expansion, and integrated Wi-Fi. The battery is good for up to 5.5 hours and the tablet is ruggedized to survive use by kids.
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