Mark Payton’s blog, The Vermont Slate, has always been a fascinating chronicle of how the Vermont Academy uses Tablet PCs as a part of its curriculum. The academy had been using the TC1000 hybrid Tablet PC, and, as most folks know, that model is now discontinued. So the Vermont Academy needed to select a new Tablet PC.
Mark has blogged a great entry on their selection process and the different Tablet PCs they examined on their way to a final decision.
Our selection pool consisted of two slate models, the Motion LE1600 and the Sahara i213, and three convertible models, the Lenovo X41, the Toshiba M400, and the HP TC4400.
You’ll need to head over to The Vermont Slate to see what Tablet PC they decided on. A great read.
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