Sorry, Apple: For the education market, Chromebook is the clear winner
Wow. It’s been a long time since we’ve heard any desktop smack talk, but here we are.
In a CNET interview, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller said that kids “need to have these cutting-edge learning tools.” For Apple, that means, of course, iPads and MacBooks. Fair enough. But then he added, “Chromebooks don’t do that. Chromebooks have gotten to the classroom because, frankly, they’re cheap testing tools for required testing. If all you want to do is test kids, well, maybe a cheap notebook will do that. But they’re not going to succeed.”
Source:: IT news – Hardware Systems