Video: What a connected classroom looks like
Dell unveils its vision for the classroom of the future, with netbooks, video conferencing and pub quiz-style handsets.
Who needs books and pencils when you've got netbooks, video conferencing and instant feedback handsets?
That's the vision of many tech firms, including Dell, which unveiled its vision of the Connected Classroom of the future at the BETT educational technology show in London this week.
Watch the video to see Dell's manager for public sector in Europe James Quarles explain his company's vision for the classrooms of the future.
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