Samsung launches Galaxy Tab 4 Education for schools


South Korean giant Samsung has launched its Galaxy Tab 4 Education on May 16, 2014. With the recent launch the line up of the Samsung’s tablets has become larger.

The name of the tablet has indicated that the new 10 inch tablet is meant for the schools. Samsung has said that the new device has been created to meet the needs of the K-12 classrooms and to access digital classrooms. The tablet was first announced in January 2014 and is a rugged looking device which has a huge case, and tough Gorilla Glass which can withstand any accidents in the classroom.

The Galaxy Tab 4 Education is powered with an Android KitKat with a 1280 X 800 display, 1.2 Ghz quad core processor, 16 GB Expandable storage with 64 GB micro SD card, 1.5 GB RAM and 10 hours of battery life and front and rear facing cameras. Some of the optional accessories include a USB keyboard, AllShare Cast for wireless mirroring content to displays.

Tod Pike, an executive from the company said that the tablet is a step towards the company’s vision of empowering educators with simple and intuitive management tools. Samsung has hopes that the new device will help it to expand itself in the market.

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