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Buying a school computer or other learning device?

A growing number of schools are adopting a ‘bring your own’ policy, which lets students use their own laptop or tablet in the classroom. This makes it more important than ever to choose the right device for your children. The team at Intel Australia have put together this simple guide to help you pick a great tablet or laptop or even a versatile ‘2 in 1’ device that’s both a tablet and a laptop.

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What really matters when you‘re choosing a device?

Finding the ideal tablet or laptop can be time-consuming. There‘s a lot to consider, but we’re here to help simplify the process for you. Here are our suggestions on what to look for in a great school device.

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