Thinking of buying a laptop for educational purposes? If so, Lenovo has good news, as this computer products manufacturer has launched, in partnership with Microsoft, its new line of laptops and convertible laptops, under Windows 10, designed to be tough and resilient on a day-to-day basis.
These new laptops are also ready to be used with various educational solutions. Lenovo and Microsoft are especially aimed at those who have been forced to combine face-to-face and virtual classes.
Lenovo understands that student laptops are more likely to be dropped, bumped, or spilled as a result of having to carry them from place to place regularly.
Lenovo laptops designed for mobility and educational needs
For this reason, in this new generation of laptops, the company has chosen to reinforce them by applying the MIL-SPEC 801H standard, reinforcing them with more resistant hinges and greater protection for the ports.
In addition to the above, there are also built-in rubber bumpers designed to protect the 14″ screens with Gorilla Glass, as well as making the laptops up to 10% more resistant to liquid spills.
But the high levels of protection are not incompatible with the daily work with other devices, so the physical connection mode with external devices through their ports has also been made more flexible.
These laptops also have quick charging support so that students can obtain an 80% charge in one hour, and for privacy, these devices also have a physical shutter for the webcam.
With classroom work in mind, Lenovo has integrated its Lenovo Hybrid Classroom education solution, which “helps teachers create more immersive and flexible learning environments that can support students in multiple locations”.
They also have options, implementations, and configurations compatible with Microsoft Teams, and also, its Zero Touch solution will allow the adaptation of these laptops to the different demands and needs of distance education, with integrated security capabilities, so that students can have what they need in terms of remote learning.