Toshiba sparked the digital education revolution in 1985, when we launched the world's first industry-standard notebook. We have remained at the forefront of the technology ever since.
In 1990, our notebooks started going to school - some of the first in the world to do so. Since then, we've partnered with educators and technology experts to develop tools that will advance the way schools work and enhance the learning experience for teachers and students. This has led to the rich, multi-dimensional learning environments we see today.
We also learned long ago that reliability is the single most important thing we can build into our computers. The education market is the toughest in the world. By making our machines more durable and reliable, teachers and students can spend more time working, and less time waiting.
The past 20 years have proven that technology has the power to transform education. At Toshiba, we are equally excited about the future. We are committed to driving the digital education revolution for the next 20 years, and beyond.
Technology has the power to transform education.
Schools are one of the most demanding environments for mobile computers.
Mobile computers open up new ways for teachers to deliver material and for students to work.
Introducing new mobile computers is a significant project.
Technical back-up is critical to the success of the plan.
A focus on price can lead to problems after delivery.
Digital technology is transforming education in schools large and small, public and private, right across the country. Learn from others who have benefited from the Toshiba advantage, their experiences and how the technology is changing the way teachers teach and students learn. More.
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