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Intel Android based Education Tablet with 10.1 Inch Display Announced

Intel has now introduced it’s first Android based Education tablet targeting student community with an Aim to provide digital learning tools for teachers and students to manage e-learning. The tablet showcased at Bett Education Technology Show in London, enjoys IP52 certification which makes it resistant to dirt and water. It is also shock resistant and can withstand 70 cm drop.


The 5 point multi touch IPS LCD display of Intel Education Tablet is 10.1 inches in size for comfortable reading and sports 1280 x 800 pixels. The software running the tab is Android 4.2 jelly bean for rich Android experience.

The 1.2 GHz dual core Intel Atom Z2520 processor under the hood isn’t the best out there but won’t be a deal breaker considering the intended purpose. The chipset will also feature 1 GB LPDDR2 RAM along with 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB expandable storage options.

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Although many won’t prefer to click images with such large form factor, imaging hardware includes 5 MP camera at the back and 1.26 MP front shooter. Connectivity features include WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and micro HDMI along with optional 3G, NFC and GPS.

The battery life is rated at 12 hours which is comfortably above average. Educational Accessories include active stylus, snap on magnification lens and a thermal probe for measuring temperature which can be plugged in Audio jack. The form factor and features make Intel Education Tablet a durable product which can be used by students for learning that to fired by Android Eco system. We will update you with availability information as soon as it surfaces.

Key Specs

Model Intel Education Tablet ECS-TR10CD1
Display 10 .1 Inch 1280 x 800
Processor 1.2 GHz Dual Core
Internal Storage 8 GB/ 16 GB/ 32 GB
OS Android 4.2 jelly bean
Cameras 5 MP/ 1.26 MP
Battery 12 hours of usage
Price To be Announced

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