In May 2014, Samsung introduced the new Galaxy Tab 4 Education – Samsung’s first tablet specifically developed to support scalable one-to-one learning programs. It is designed to address the unique needs of K-12 classrooms, specifically durability, manageability and access to digital learning resources. Bundled with a protective case and featuring Corning Gorilla Glass, it’s ready for rugged classroom use. With a web-based console, IT administrators can manage and update a whole fleet of devices. It also includes NFC technology, making it easy to set up devices with just a few taps. Through integration with Google Play for Education, it gives educators access to a wide selection of teacher-approved apps, books and videos, helping them deliver more engaging and personalized learning. Acquiring content is easy too, thanks to easy-to-manage purchase orders. Also convenient: students can do more at once with Samsung’s MultiWindow feature that allows users to have two apps open side-by-side. The device offers up to 10 hours of battery life (not bad) and features rear- and front-facing cameras so students can capture images and collaborate with peers through video web chats. Check out more about it and their classroom in a box solution here.
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