CTL Tx1 Tablet for the Evolving Education Sector

Education Technology Insights | Thursday, March 14, 2019

All sectors including communication, transport, health, and education have been influenced by advanced technological developments today. The use of computer products for education plays a major role in supporting both students and teachers. The use of tablets in today’s learning is a more integrated and engaging learning experience for the students. The tablets are easy to use; they change the teaching institutions and have a positive impact on learning in a number of disciplines.

CTL is a company focused on education and has had a history of producing 1:1 Chrome OS devices. The company designs and manufactures computer products including Chromebooks, desktop and mobile workstations, and high-performance LED monitors and servers.

CTL launched the Chromebook Tablet Tx1 for Education targeting the growing school market. The Chromebook Tablet Tx1 is particularly rough with a slip-resistant texture and an external shell design. It weighs 1.2 pounds, has a 9.7-inch 2048x 1536 IPS panel and gorilla glass despite the protection. An OP1 hexa-core Google-optimized processor powers this device with two Cortex-A72 cores and four Cortex-A53 cores as well as 4 GB of RAM. On the front of the storage, a microSD card slot complements the 32 GB of onboard storage.

The tablet is designed for education, providing access to Google’s various products and other Chrome OS-supported apps. The tablet has a battery life of 10 hours intended to get students for school days. The CTL Chromebook Tablet Tx1 also includes an integrated Wacom EMR stylus. The stylus needs no battery to ensure that it does not die in the middle of a school day. It is also resistant to moisture and drops shocks. The built-in style allows students to write and draw and also to interact with apps. Other functions include a headphone jack, USB-C for 10hours battery charging and two cameras where the front camera is 2MP, while the back camera is 5MP. It is currently available in the U.S. and Europe.

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