Wait Less, Learn More: Intel Reference Design Chromebook for Education Scored High in Evaluation

DURHAM, NC--(Marketwired - August 25, 2014) - Principled Technologies (PT), the leading fact-based marketing firm, found that the Intel Education reference design for Chromebook could offer students and teachers a better classroom experience than the ARM processor-based Samsung Chromebook 2. PT released these results in a report and accompanying infographic.

In hands-on, real-world tests that included doing tasks useful for math homework and English notetaking, PT compared the two Chromebooks in student scenarios. With less waiting, longer battery life, and more frames per second in a 3D anatomy simulation, the Intel processor-powered Chromebook earned the better grade. To learn more, read the full report at facts.pt/1nOMiZe and see the infographic at facts.pt/1prULqq.

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Which Chromebook gives students a better experience? The Intel reference design Chromebook for education made us wait less on every task. Spend less time waiting: In our hands-on evaluation, the Intel reference design Chromebook for education was faster than the ARM model in student scenarios and had longer battery life.