October 18, 2014
These proposals are aimed at achieving total access to the content, favoring a collaborative work environment and the development of programs that allow real learning that guarantees the best results. In the stand of the fair, in which different scenarios will be recreated, four areas will be highlighted in which HP proposes to implement its solutions.
The first one covers everything related to the 2.0 world and the cloud. In this area, visitors will be able to see first-hand the brand’s new bets. From mobile phones to tablets, through laptops. In particular, the company focuses on 2-in-1 teams, in which students will be able to improve their flexibility both in and out of class. In addition, they will have the possibility to collaborate within the classroom or through presentations and projects. In this way, students are supposed to increase their productivity.
These computers include the recently introduced HP Stream, a generation of notebooks that work with Windows and are very light. They offer two free years of Office 365 Personal, one year of free cloud storage, and 60 Skype minutes per month for one year. Another novelty that is achieving great success is the range of Chromebooks, which are intended to be an economical option in the educational sector thanks to the fact that they work with the Google operating system.
via HP presents new solutions for schools, students and teachers – tuexperto.com.
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