Classpad Tablet review: Bit costly but worth the price

Jul 03 2014, 15:33 IST
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Classpad tablet has a Cortex A8 (1 GHz) processor which also beats Ubislate 7. Classpad tablet has a Cortex A8 (1 GHz) processor which also beats Ubislate 7.
SummaryClasspad comes with distinctive Android apps and software that encourage deeper...

to the class lessons and get immediate results of the assessments to further enhance the learning. You can also store dozens of eBooks without increasing the weight of your school bag and read them on this device whenever and wherever you want.

Teachers can now utilise teaching hours for explaining a given topic in detail and students can download teachers’ notes instantly and give their undivided attention to lessons. Students can also attempt multiple assessment modules and quizzes, which can also be scored instantly, saving the teacher’s time to plan their classroom modules.

“Teachers can transfer content from the server machine to this device,” the official adds. You can give your notes or other material to students instantly, take tests without any trouble and also share the classwork through the tablet application.

Verdict

Classpad tablet can definitely take the classroom experience to the next level to make learning digital and easy. The price you pay for the tablet is worth. Classpad EduTablet for Grade 5 is available for R9,999 on Flipkart.

Estimated street price: Rs 9,999

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