Acer introduces Acer Iconia Tab 10 for Education

Acer today introduces its new Acer Iconia Tab 10 for Education, an Android 5.0 tablet that enables digital education in schools. Designed with the classroom environment in mind, the Acer Iconia Tab 10 has a durable, comfortable design, a 10-inch full HD Gorilla® Glass 4 display, and Acer Precision Plus make learning mobile and enjoyable. Acer is working with Google to join the Google Education ecosystem, bringing accessible technology and richer resources to classrooms.


“As technology has been incorporated more broadly across K-12 classrooms, schools want to deploy devices that are easy to use, durable, manageable, and budget-friendly, and can be used as the foundation for a lifetime of learning for students,” said Maverick Shih, president of Acer BYOC and Tablet Business Group. “The Acer Iconia Tab 10 for Education is an excellent choice for districts rolling out new technology throughout their entire school for 1:1 initiatives or even for a single mobile lab. The durable design, full HD display and interactive features will help make learning more creative and collaborative.” 

FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster to release in Asia this May 2015

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia announced last Wednesday, April 1 that the English and Traditional Chinese localized version of PlayStation®4 software FINAL FANTASY® X/X-2 HD Remaster will be released in Asia region on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, while the Japanese version will be released on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at a price of PHP2,299 for the English and Traditional Chinese, and PHP2,499 for the Japanese version.



Pre-orders will start from 17th April, 2015 (Friday) at PlayStation® Authorised Dealers. Customers who pre-order can receive a limited Steelbook™ while stocks last. Pre-orders will end on 3rd May, 2015.

FINAL FANTASY X, which was released in 2001 on PS2®, was the first game in the franchise to feature voice acting. The game earned critical acclaim for both its emotive storytelling and stunningly delicate graphics, and is still adored by its fans. In 2003, with the release of FINAL FANTASY X-2, it also became the first Final Fantasy game to spawn a direct sequel. Combined, both titles shipped an impressive 14 million copies worldwide. And now, after Final FANTASY X and Final FANTASY X-2 were remastered for release on PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita in 2003, the two classical masterpieces are about to make their debut on PlayStation®4 in 2015.
 

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