Over the past few years, Ave Maria College, a Catholic high school for girls in Melbourne, has equipped all faculty and students with the Acer TravelMate Spin P4 to facilitate fun and interactive learning. Standardization of laptops in college requires a device that can meet the different requirements of students and faculty. As discussed below, the TravelMate Spin P4 has key features for this.
Long battery life
According to Joe, Assistant Director (Community and Growth) of Ave Maria College, one of the reasons that the TravelMate Spin P4 is their choice is that “it has a long battery life”. With battery life of up to 13.5 hours, teachers and students can count on the TravelMate Spin P4 to withstand the needs of long school days.
Easy to carry
Another important feature of the TravelMate Spin P4 is that “it’s lightweight,” Joe notes. Designed to be as mobile as possible, the TravelMate Spin P4 has a lightweight design that makes it easy to move from school to home and from class to class. Weighing just 1.5 kg the TravelMate Spin P4 doesn’t add much weight to a student or teacher’s workload. “It’s really easy to wear,” says Jess, a college student named Maria Maria. “So it’s not much of a difference with my books.”
“The multifunctional aspect of the TravelMate Spin P4 is an important attribute because it has true versatility for both staff and students,” Joe continues. The TravelMate Spin P4, equipped with a flexible 360-degree hinge and a 14-inch scratch-resistant touch screen, allows you to use four different modes of use – laptop, stand, tent or tablet, which “means that anyone who uses it can use it in a way that is convenient for them, ”explains Joe.
Of the four modes, “students love coup [tablet] version, and it’s really good, “says Katie, a teacher of drama and music at the college. The popularity of the tablet’s feature lies in its versatility in a variety of class settings.” , and it acts just like a sheet of paper, ”Katie explains.
In addition, when used with a docked Active Stylus Pen tablet mode allows students to take advantage of working on a digital platform, while they can write by hand. “[The tablet mode] helps me with math, ”Jess comments [can] touch the screen and work as if it were [is] the book. This [is] it’s really easy to function. “
For Isabelle, another student at Ave Maria College, the TravelMate Spin P4 “becomes less like a laptop, but more like a notebook” when used in tablet mode with a stylus. She also finds this feature “very fun” and allows her to be “creative” as she can “still feel like doing everything by hand”.
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