It is really impressive and great to see how education and technologies go hand in hand these days. Here is a completely new, brilliant and highly helpful initiative from Samsung and the Institute of Play that looks like an Evoquest for the Galaxy Note 10.1. The idea behind this collaboration is to develop innovative and new ways to educate students in a creative manner. The video below is catching and it shows how teachers with the help of EvoQuest help students discover new fields and choose genes to evolve creatures that adapt to a changing environment. We can see with the naked eyes that students are highly engaged while working with the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. Take a look at the video below and find out more about Evoquest.
Just a couple of words about a highly-gaining popularity the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. The tablet is rather cheap and comes with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. The gadget boasts the screen resolution of 1280×800, amazing opportunities for multitasking and converting any handwriting into text, possibilities to work with the 6.5mm S Pen Stylus and much more. I also like the split-screen technology feature, that allows making notes while surfing the web or watching the video.
With its complex yet affordable tablets and their functional applications Samsung seems to be two steps ahead of other companies. They create useful, user-friendly and easy to use technologies perfectly combined with game-playing methods.
This post has been sponsored by Samsung.