Intel's refreshed Convertible Classmate PC's never going to be your everyday laptop, but it's more than equipped to be your kid's. And it may be showing up in his or her school before you know it.
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After playing with a prototype of Intel's Convertible Classmate, it more or less confirmed what I had suspected: there are some neat ideas at play, but there's a reason why it's aimed at schools.
Laptop Mag scored a hands-on with a pre-production unit of the upcoming Intel Convertible Classmate. And they seemed to like it.