RGS Unveils RGS Windows Wi-Fi Learning Device to Optimize Digital Learning
PHOENIX, AZ: RGS, a developer of products and solutions that meld hardware, software and services to support the unique demands of the customers has unveiled RGS Windows Wi-Fi Learning Device.
The launch optimizes the digital learning experience with the help of Intel education software and therefore leverages the power of Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. With this, there is a development in the education solutions that combine hardware, software, professional developments so as to provide schools with technology based learning.
The two factors in which The RGS Windows Wi-Fi Learning Device is available are Clamshell and 2-in-1 Detachable Tablet with Keyboard Docking Station. Their ruggedized absorption offers drop protection, while a torque-resilient design, reinforced hinges and ports, as well as a spill-resistant keyboard, help keep devices running smoothly. In addition, each device comes with installed Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) applications from Intel Education Solutions, Advancing Education Worldwide. A snap-on magnification lens, thermal probe and built-in camera further extend the utility of the device.
RGS Windows Wi-Fi Learning Device features: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro; 180 degree reversible camera (clamshell models); Separate front-facing and rear-facing cameras, plus detachable keyboard (2-in-1 tablet model); Digital inking using attached stylus on capacitive touch model; Retractable handle; Intel Baytrail-M Celeron 1.46 GHz N2806; 8+ hour battery life and many more.
“We designed the RGS digital education portfolio to help school districts make the connection between experiential learning and technology in the classroom – in an easy and cost-effective manner. Unlike many other devices on the market that are being adapted to meet the demands of digital learning, RGS-branded devices are built specifically for the classroom, and to be compatible with the robust learning applications available through Intel Education Solutions,” says Scott MacDonald, vice president and general manager, RGS.
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