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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab version for students

Apparently following the more is more philosophy, Samsung USA has revealed that they will be releasing a Galaxy Tab designed for education.

The tab has been created in coordination with the Google Play for Education program.

Available for grades Kindergarten through 12th grade, the education-centric tablet will give students access to specific content created for digital instruction.

We don’t have the nitty-gritty on the “Edu-Tab’s” tech specs yet, but we do know it’ll rock a 10.1” WXGA screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio, and will have WiFi, a dual-camera set-up, NFC, and Android 4.4, Kit-Kat, right out of the box.

The content that will be pre-loaded on the tablet will all be teacher approved as part of the Google Play for Education program. Additional apps can be purchased with a school PO instead of a customary credit card, as well.

Are you an educator that wants to get this tablet in the hands of your students? You’ll have to wait until April, when the slate drops, to do so.

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