Intel Classmate PCs run on Cedar Trail

[CES 2012] Today at CES, Intel launched the latest versions of its classmate PCs. The new classmate PCs, designed for school children around the world to help make learning easier, more fun and effective; have been given upgrades to the latest version of Intel’s Atom processor (Cedar Trail) which help extend the battery life of the computers to nearly 10 hours. Other new features include: multi-touch capabilities, a premium writing experience, camera upgrades and new software. Check out some photographs of the new classmate PC we saw at CES:

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