Principled Technologies releases new report: PT found that a new Chromebook powered by Intel was faster at several everyday classroom tasks compared to an older Chromebook.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) December 22, 2016
The less time students have to spend waiting on their tech, the more time they have to learn. Principled Technologies (PT) tested a new Intel processor-powered Chromebook against a three-year-old Chromebook to see how schools might benefit from upgrading to new systems powered by Intel.
“We found that the new Chromebook could cut wait times by up to 49 percent compared to the older system, helping students work with fewer interruptions,” said the report. PT also found that the new Intel processor-powered Chromebook had a significantly longer battery life, giving students more time to work unplugged.
To see how students and schools can benefit from refreshing to new Chromebooks powered by Intel, read the full report at http://facts.pt/8XUvFy.
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