Shuttle, a company in Taiwan named for making Mini-PCs, has now come out with a tablet PC aimed at students and teachers. The yet unnamed device comes with integrated software that is more educationally inclined. Three elementary schools in Taiwan have been identified for the pilot project, where the tablet device will be put through its paces by the students.
The difference between Shuttle and other PC makers in this genre is that this company has realized the importance of coming out with an integrated gadget that deals with the hardware as well as software aspirations or demands of the consumers. The other companies are concentrating just on the hardware aspect. Shuttle estimates that non PC product sales would account for 20-30 percent in 2013 and 50 percent in 2014 off their total sales figures. More on this is awaited.
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