Tablet Lets Teachers Write On
I’m sure I’m not alone in hating blackboard chalk and the smell of dry markers, so for me Qomo’s QIT 30 Prodigy tablet is a big step forward for interactive classrooms. This tablet uses wireless technology to connect with a computer, has an ultraprecise 2,000 lines per inch resolution and can run for 25 hours on a charge. The software can connect up to 30 tablets at once so a whole class can use them. Elementary schools in Bullhead City, AZ are using these tablets to create an interactive learning environment. The tablet sells for $400, and volume discounts are available.
Specs: 7.8 by 5.9-inch active area, 2.4GHz wireless link, lithium ion battery.
Bottom line: The Prodigy can connect an entire class.