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The new Lenovo proposals dedicated to hybrid teaching

Lenovo is pleased to announce its participation in the fifth edition of Didacta Italy Fair. Let’s find out more details on the most important trade fair dedicated to school innovation, which will take place from 20 to 22 May at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence.

Lenovo at the Didacta Italia Fair

Fiera Didacta Italia aims to encourage the debate on the world of education between institutions, associations, entrepreneurs, teachers and school managers to create a meeting place between schools and companies in the sector.

During this occasion, Lenovo’s latest hardware and software solutions for teaching will be previewed in the Lenovo exhibition area (Stand T 41) at the Spadolini Pavilion (Ground floor).

The leading products

Among the products presented we find the tablet Lenovo 10w. This is an ideal solution for younger students. It is equipped with rubber reinforced bumper and Corning Gorilla Glass.

Furthermore, this tablet from 10.1 in è boasts the presence of a removable keyboard and removable pen (optional) for taking notes and highlighting the contents. The display has a Full HD resolution in 16:10 format and the front and rear camera is useful for distance learning and photographic reports. during external visits. The Lenovo 10w tablet will be available in Italy starting from 309,00 euro.

Then there is the Lenovo 13w Yoga, a convertible PC designed for students and teachers. It is powered by AMD Ryzen 5000 U Series up to AMD Ryzen 7 processors. This model features a stain resistant keyboard made of Gorilla Glass. The FHD display from 13.3 in and integrates a standard FHD camera. The device is also equipped with a 5MP camera (optional) and 4G LTE connectivity. The PC is equipped with a removable pen (optional) and an expandable memory up to 512GB. Lenovo 13w Yoga will be available in Italy starting from 899,00 euro.

Lenovo NetFilter

In addition, Lenovo has introduced the new filtering and content management and online security solution, Lenovo NetFilter, to the Italian market. Indeed, more and more teachers are concerned about digital dangers, including malicious content, malware attacks, cyberbullying. Lenovo NetFilter joins LanSchool, Lenovo’s award-winning classroom management software. With Lenovo NetFilter, school networks are better protected from viruses, cyber attacks, spyware, phishing and other digital dangers.

Lenovo NetFilter is available in Italy at the cost of 9.00 euros + VAT (annual subscription, including technical support for a minimum of 35 devices).

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