Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education
Galaxy Tab logo.svg
Developer Samsung
First released May 2014
Predecessor Samsung Galaxy Tab
Type Tablet, media player, PC
Dimensions 243.33 mm (9.580 in) H
176.27 mm (6.940 in) W
7.87 mm (0.310 in) D
Weight 490 g (1.08 lb)
Operating system Android 4.4 KitKat
CPU 1.2 GHz quad-core ARM
GPU No
Memory 1.5 GB
Storage 16GB flash memory,
microSD slot (up to 64 GB)
Data inputs Multi-touch screen, USB (adapter needed)
Display 1280×800 px
Rear camera Yes
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI (external cable)

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education is a tablet computer in the Samsung Galaxy Tab series of tablets, announced and released by Samsung on May 16, 2014.

Announced[edit]

Samsung announced the tablet in a press release[1] saying that "Samsung is committed to powering education by empowering educators". The initial price of the tablet is set at #369.99 and is available through Samsung partnered channels for the time being. A tablet computer that is based on the popular Google Android-based operating system was launched with students in mind. It belongs to the fourth generation of tablets and comes in a 10.1 inch screen.

Specifications[edit]

Samsung has also announced that the device will support Google PlayStore Education and will be compatible with Samsung School. With the support for multi-window, students would be able to do more in less time.

1.2 GHz ARM processor and a modest 1.5GB RAM makes the device snappy enough for the purpose it was created. A battery life of up to 10 hrs, the device would also be able to connect to a bigger monitor so that teacher can share a student's work with all the students in a classroom using HDMI port.

The device will come in a ruggedized rubber which will allow better grip and a tougher use. This was made with students in mind. Galaxy Tab 4 Education comes standard with 16GB memory, with a MicroSD Card Slot for up to 64GB of additional storage.

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