The search for the right device for you and your students can be challenging and confusing. You may ask yourself "which device will best cater for my students' individual learning styles?" For some, a traditional laptop may be ideal, others may benefit from a 2 in 1 device and in some cases, a tablet may be the right choice. But it's not all about the device, you also need to consider the range of programs, apps and online services available on the device, that best suit your teaching and learning needs.
When it comes to choosing the right solutions for teachers and students, we are here to help.
Tablets have no physical keyboard. They’re best for viewing content and playing games. They can be used by very young students or as an ancillary device for school. For substantial schoolwork, Microsoft recommends a 2-in-1 device with a larger screen and a removable keyboard.
Two in one devices are a great investment for school. Use a digital pen to take notes, jot down maths and science. Plus there’s a full keyboard for typing assignments.
Laptops or Notebooks have a keyboard and may offer a touch screen with digital stylus, which is great for note-taking, maths, science and languages. Powerful laptops are good for students who want to code and play games.
Ultrabooks are slim profile, lightweight and have long battery life and no DVD drive. Many have a touchscreen and keyboard making them ideal for viewing and doing. Powerful Ultrabooks are good for students who use creative software.
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