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Posted April 3, 2013 by Nidhi Sharma in PCs & Laptops
 
 

GoNote Mini, Android 4.0 ICS based Tablet / Notebook for Education

There are many tablets which have manufactured, taking education system into consideration. Indian government has launched Akaash series of educational tablets (Akaash 1, Akaash 2 ans Akaash 3) in India.Now Ergo has launched new notebook GoNote Mini , UK’s first note book targeting at students. GoNote is one of the Android products that have been specifically designed to help school-children to get an access to the best learning apps and games and also become familier to work on notebook.

Ergo GoNote Mini GoNote Mini, Android 4.0 ICS based Tablet / Notebook for Education

The Go Note, a education tablet, is powered by a 1.2 GHz ARM CPU with 1 GB RAM and runs on but slightly outdated Operating System Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It has a front webcam as well as rear camera. Its memory is expandable via Micro SD storage capability, and further you can play apps and watch videos on an HD TV via its mini HDMI Port. GoNote Mini is suitable for the children of all ages, from togglers to schoolkids and beyond, and that for a price of only £99.

Through GoNote Mini children can easily runs apps etc by smooth swipe, touch and pinch. It is quite easy to use with large, clear buttons so that children can easily work on.it’s got a ‘child friendly’ QWERTY keyboard in order to make children prepared for using laptops from the early ages.

The Android Powered Netbook, Go Note Mini boasts of a solid built. Its capacitive LED-backlit touchscreen provides 800×480 pixels resolution. The screen supports five points multi-touch, and keyboard is reportedly gives a springy feel. There is a trackpoint too, and 2MP  camera can capture good shots and also good for video calling facility. The netbook supports WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, mini HDMI and mini USB ports. The Internal memory is 4GB, and can be expanded further using microSD card.

Furthermore, in the GoNote Mini Education Tablet you can also enjoy access thousands of apps from ‘Education’ to ‘Brain and Puzzle’ to ‘Productivity’ on Google Play store.

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Nidhi Sharma

 
Fun loving person with sense of positiveness. Loves to write actually quite addicted to it. Crazy for latest mobiles, laptops and presently writing contents about latest gadgets. She Joined TechClap.com Team in 2013.