In order to tap the children's computing market, technology and computer hardware company HCL Infosystems, on Tuesday launched the children's educational computer series. The pricing of these computers start at Rs 1,099.
These wireless kids' educational desktop and kids' educational laptops are especially designed for children in the age group of three to 12 years.
The computers are packed with a variety of education and fun contents, such as piano keys, games, music besides educational content designed especially to promote learning among children.
Branded as the HCL ME Topper and Junior Topper series, these products are available in four models: HCL ME L1- 30, priced at Rs 1,099, L2- 36 priced at Rs 1,390, HCL ME L1- 88 priced at Rs 1,590 and D1- 48 priced at Rs 1,690.
The company claims that the affordable price range and specifically designed programmes will make it a leader in this segment, which has a huge opportunity of growth.
The laptop is packed with various packages for testing skills in language, mathematics and memory. Besides, it contains special packages to teach history and geography through maps.
" This interactive experience has been designed to enable affordable computing for kids, backed with interactive content to sharpen the intelligence quotient of the developing minds of children," the company said in a statement.
According to George Paul, executive vice president, HCL Infosystems Ltd, " Technology brings new ways to aid education and with the rapidly transforming environment it is imperative that newer interactive ways through the latest technology are devised to reach out to the next generation early." " With computing becoming the future mode of education, we believe learning devices backed with rich education content will engage kids to develop their intelligence and thinking ability that quickens their learning curve," he added.
These educational computers will be available at various retail outlets, toy shop and HCL ME Exclusive stores.
All HCL ME kids' educational computers are built on the green technology platform with the products being recyclable.
Courtesy: Mail Today