Bridging the Teacher-Student Gap

Classteacher Learning Systems, a provider of digital classroom solutions, announced the launch of Classpad, a new generation tablet that facilitates personalised and interactive learning in th

Published: 05th January 2012 12:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:08 PM   |  A+A-

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Classteacher Learning Systems, a provider of digital classroom solutions, announced the launch of Classpad, a new generation tablet that facilitates personalised and interactive learning in the classroom and makes education accessible to every student according to his/her individual intelligence level and talent.

Using the Classpad tablet, teachers can effortlessly transfer class work to the students’ tablet, share their own content instantly and conduct tests and assessments without any hassles.

Classpad has a touch-screen with a seven-hour battery life, 1.3 GHz processing speed and a built-in memory of 4 GB expandable upto 8 GB. Available for students from Class 3 to 12, it can also serve as an interactive e-reading device, with the capability of storing dozens of books.

Equipped with a distinctive software that is designed to integrate smoothly with the existing school platforms in India, Classpad can easily be connected to interactive whiteboards.

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