HappyBird “Digital Backpack” Concept is Well Received in the UK

HappyBird Digital BackpackThe HappyBird enjoys a reasonable degree of success among younger consumers. It is an innovative “digital backpack” concept, which is consisted of a tablet, carry-case and Bluetooth pen. Educators especially appreciate the availability of many tutoring and education apps on the tablet. Users in schools can tailor learning to their individual style. They could also adopt the one-size-fits-all approach. Because schools in London have inquired into bulk purchasing, the concept could prove quite popular in the education sector.

With the Bluetooth pen, users could scan content from paper to their tablet immediately. The pen simply enhances creativity and there are more than one million apps available that can benefit younger consumers in the UK through enhanced learning experience. Consumers could also use the pen to annotate PDF files.

The tablet unit itself is built around an 8-inch (1024 x 768) display and runs Android OS. The device is made from recyclable materials and schools can send it to the nearest recycling bank; if the tablet is damaged. The HappyBird tablet also features 1.5GHz AML8726-MXS ARM Cortex A9 dual-core processor, Mali 400 GOU, 1GB of RAM, 3500mAh battery, VGA front-facing camera and 2Mp rear-facing camera.

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