Designed for use in schools and at home, the educational device is now easier to upgrade, repair and support. The XO-Infinity is a completely modular computing system, meaning the screen, battery, camera, wireless and processing cores can be swapped in and out like LEGO blocks. The modular design allows the kids tablet to be customized for different needs. First, young children can interact with a basic tablet, add a keyboard as they learn to write, and include a Wi-Fi chip when they’re ready to access the Internet.
The idea is to provide children with a tablet device that they can use throughout their school years by offering the ability to change out components as a student’s needs change. The laptop should be useful for ten years rather than outdated in two. One Education has spent years delivering technology to thousands of children and teachers, and have so far delivered over 50,000 XOs to teachers and children at over 300 schools.
One Education hopes to deliver XO Infinity units all over the world, as it has with other models. Watch out for news later in 2015 as pricing, specs, and launch dates emerge.
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