General Chat Thread, Replacing Laptops in General; We are looking at replacing departmental laptops that the pupils use, with either more laptops or something else.
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3rd June 2013, 10:22 PM #1
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We are looking at replacing departmental laptops that the pupils use, with either more laptops or something else.
The main use of the laptops are Internet and word processing.
We want something that can be integrated with AD.
Ideas and pros and cons would be really useful
Thanks in advance
3rd June 2013, 11:03 PM #2
Worth checking out the tablet/laptop hybrids recently bought out my asus and gigabyte, some of them look pretty good. Windows 8 though obviously.
Not sure of any models specifically but there's quite a few of them about now, of which 3-4 versions came out in the past week.
3rd June 2013, 11:32 PM #3
Have you seen the Asus Transformer Book Trio? It comes with Windows 8 and Android.
Originally Posted by mrbios
ASUS Transformer Book Trio: a hybrid laptop running Windows and Android (hands-on) « Engadget
4th June 2013, 11:03 AM #4
ASUS 1025C from Stone computers, roughly £160 each with Windows 7 Starter - if you have the correct site license you can install Windows 7 Professional and it runs very nicely.
If its for students the above is very nice, no problem running all student software and you could upgrade the memory if you go through Novatech.
Thanks to mthomas08 from:
Sunnyknight (4th June 2013)
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