The Macbook is a great companion for students who want to express their ideas with a rich, powerful, and intuitive set of tools. Whether students have an interest in drawing, photography, music, or video, the Macbook helps students bring their work to life in new and creative ways. It’s brilliant Retina display and carefully crafted aluminum shell makes an artistic statement all on its own. To learn more about Macbooks, see: www.apple.com/mac
Windows remains the most prevalent Operating System used in businesses in the United States. As a result, programs aligned to specific industries like engineering and computer science are more commonly compatible with Windows devices. In addition to working with existing school networks, Windows also provides Cloud storage options with Office 365 Education.
To learn more about Windows devices, see: www.microsoft.com/en-us/education/devices
The intuitive, cost-effective Chromebook is the #1 selling device in the United States. Because it works easily with the user-friendly Google ecosystem, the Chromebook is an excellent tool for students to create, collaborate, communicate, and problem solve. Its snappy operating system provides students with reliable tools to quickly produce their work without a bloated set of features and tools that students often don’t want or need. To learn more about Chromebooks, see: www.google.com/chromebook
The iPad is so easy to use, a 3-year old could use it. But with over 2 million powerful apps and intuitive design, it is desired by people of all ages. It’s so thin and lightweight, it’s like holding a piece of paper. It’s beautiful and responsive touch screen and impressive collection of educational apps designed specifically for tactile learning helps bring learning to the tips of students’ fingertips. To learn more about iPads, see: www.apple.com/ipad/why-ipad