The laptop has a simple interface, and is encased in sturdy plastic to protect it from falls. As well as this, it features an integrated handle aimed at primary school students.
With a sub-$US400 price tag, the 2Go PC is designed primarily to be used by students, but has a full set of standard laptop features. The included battery should power it for three hours between charges.
The unit will go on sale in the US at the end of June, and should be released in other countries worldwide soon after.
The 2Go PC is reported to come in a variety of configurations, with specific vendors able to tailor it to customer requirements. The basic unit is built around the latest Intel Celeron low-power CPU, and features a nine-inch LCD and Wi-Fi.
Intel’s 2Go PC is another upcoming entrant to the market of ultra-budget laptops, aimed at the education sector.
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