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Netbooks and Other Mobile Devices

 

Select your SubnoteBook Devices and Compare Specs

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NHSTE Tech Teachers SIG ~ Essential Tools for 21st Century Teachers - Technology Integration Workshop

Targeting teachers in all grades, this workshop focuses on technology tools that are bringing engagement, excitement, and interactivity into learning for the "digital natives."  Visit the "Technology Playground" to see student response systems, document cameras, digital whiteboards, auditory enhancement systems, projection devices, and more!  Learn how to use these devices from New Hampshire teachers who have tried and tested them! 

 

Netbooks: Are they a viable option for your educational team?

~ Mary Marotta & Nicole Tomaselli

Description Session 2 (10:50-11:20am) -- Mary and Nicole collaborate regularly while integrating web 2.0 tools into classrooms at their secondary schools.  In this session they will put netbooks to the test while demonstrating some of their favorite web 2.0 tools.  Can a netbook handle the media-rich websites and other software we use with students - like Voicethread and TeacherTube?  Does it have enough power and speed to keep up with our multi-tasking teachers who may be pulling video into their wiki, checking their email and inking over a students' assignment at the same time?  Join us as we skype with a local SRO who uses her netbook to make presentations in wellness classes.  Come check them out...can netbooks work in your school?

 

The All New ASUS   Eee PC

The All New 1000HE Eee PC from ASUS

ASUS guarantees that the LCD screGov en will be free of any bright dots for 30 days ** While supplies last; first come first serve. © Copyright 2009 ASUS Computer International. 

 

GovConnection

Contact: Michael Tullis mtullis@govconnection.com

Link https://www.govconnection.com/ipa/home  and more on Netbooks from GovConnection

 

Description - Netbooks, Subnotebooks, Minilaptop, and UMPC's

From Wikipedia

A subnotebook is a small and lightweight laptop. Synonyms include "ultraportable" and "minilaptop"[citation needed].

The term "ultra-mobile PC" ("UMPC") is also used, although this is the name of a platform of small form-factor tablet PCs (see UMPC). Subnotebooks are smaller than laptops but larger than handheld computers. They often have smaller-sized screens, usually measuring from 7 inches (17.7 cm) to 13.3 inches (33.78 cm)[citation needed], and a weight from less than 1 kg (2.2 lbs) up to about 2 kg (4.4 lbs)[citation needed]. The savings in size and weight are usually achieved partly by omitting ports or having removable media or optical disc drives. Many can be paired with docking stations to compensate.

 

Netbook and High School Literacy - TeacherTube

Two high school teachers and some of their students talk about using netbooks in a nearly paperless classroom.

 

Comparison Sub Notebook

ASUS/EEE PC - MSI Wind --- ACER/Aspire One - HP2133 - Video Review

ASUS EEE - Acer Aspire Onee -- MSI Wind --- HP 2133

http://technorati.com/videos/youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DauDP0FO0U2s

 

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MSI Wind

Website http://www.msimobile.com/ 

The New Intel® Atom™ 1.6GHz Processor - The Wind, an acronym for “Wi-Fi Network Device,” featuring a speedy and energy-efficient Intel® Atom™ 1.6GHz Processor to provide longer operation hours and better mobile lifestyle.

CNET Review - MSI Wind U100-002LA

 

Asus Eee PC 900 (xp)

03:35 From: jkkmobile

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 Link (pricing )

 

ASUS Touchscreen ... coming soon

Official: Touchscreen Eee Coming This Spring

Asustek's Kevin Lin, vice president of the sales department, has released the information that the second-generation Eee PC lineup will offer touchscreen panels and possibly GPS support. They hope to ship up to five million Eee PCs in 2008.

The base model will ship with 1GB of RAM, rather than the current 512MB, and a larger SSD will be available: 8-12GB rather than the current 4-8GB. Shipments are expected to begin in May or June, and the price is expected to be about $500. Asustek is also planning to ship its E-DT priced at $199 at the same time.

 

HP 2133 Mini-Note PC

HP 2133 Mini-Note PC

 

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HP and Asus Comparison

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Intel Classmate and Digital Pen

Intel Classmate PC Digital Pen demo...pestaola pestaola.gr Intel Classmate PC Digital Pen demo ClassmatePC 

 

Intel Convertible Tablet - new Jan 2009

The convertible classmate PC is a fully functional laptop that can be converted from clamshell mode to a writing tablet with a variety of education-focused software applications designed to take advantage of this unique design (similar to your tablet pc's). The writing tablet is able to recognize handwriting, so notes are easily converted to digital letters and numbers.  Link  

 

 

CTL's 2Go Classmate PC "netvertible" (Jan 08?)

CTL's sticking with the "2go" branding for its next-gen Classmate PC, but it's not hard to spot the difference: it's a convertible tablet. We've seen hands-on shots of the Intel concept a couple times before, but now CTL's starting firm up some details for its own OEM version, and even sent along a few new live shots of the device for our enjoyment. The specs are unsurprising for a netbook-style device (we suppose the proper term is "netvertible" now, yes?) with a 1.6GHz Atom 270 processor, 1GB of RAM, 60GB HDD and 802.11b/g/n WiFi, but the departure is in the tablet functionality. The 8.9-inch, 1024 x 600 screen handles stylus and finger input, swivels flat for slate usage, and has an accelerometer for orienting the screen and potentially other (read: games) usage. More http://www.engadget.com/2008/10/17/ctls-2go-classmate-pc-netvertible-due-in-january-for-under-500/

 

Fujitsu - LifeBook (T2010)

FUJITSU : Fujitsu Computer Systems -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zR8YWfTAgH0

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HTC Shift

The HTC Shift - coming soon - 4 part series

GottaBeMobile.com's Hugo Ortega reviews the HTC Shift UMPC - Part 2...HTC HTC+Shift Shift UMPC
part 1 - Part 2 - part 3 - part 4
 

Other Devices

  • Gigabyte U60 

    The Gigabyte U60 is available through many online retailers now. Pricing is competitive.
  • OQO 2

  • Samsung 

 

The new Intel Classmate 2

 Intel Classmate 2

Link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kP8j7AU59zE

 

Links

WIPTE Workshop on the Impact of Pen-based Technology -  http://www.purdue.edu/wipte

Dyknow  http://www.dyknow.com/  dyknow 

 

 

Other

GottaBeMobile - Tablet PC and Ultra-Mobile PC news, forums, and video reviews GottaBemobile

OntheRun http://www.jkontherun.com/ 

UMPC Portal - http://www.umpcportal.com/

 

Microsoft - UMPC and ULCPCs

UMPC and ULCPCs - ultra-low-cost personal computers (ULCPC)s

What are ultra-low-cost personal computers (ULCPCs)?

Dix: ULCPCs are a new and growing class of mobile computers designed for first-time PC buyers and customers interested in complementing their primary Windows-based PCs with companion devices with limited hardware capabilities.  These machines vary, but they typically have smaller screen sizes and lower-powered processors than more expensive mobile PCs. While originally intended for students and other first-time PC customers in emerging markets, we’re now seeing interest in these affordable devices in developed countries as well.

 

Tablets

Tablet models

 

 

Phones in College

Tablet models

Connected: The Movie

The video below, Connected, was produced by ACU students, faculty and staff to visualize a new kind of learning environment.

It's an exciting vision that is quickly becoming a reality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can also download this video from iTunes

 

 

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