Tangent has introduced Vita LT, a PC aimed at the education market and notable for its energy-saving capabilities. The system boasts a low-voltage CPU that claims 72 percent lower energy usage than standard Energy Star 4.0-compliant PCs.
Promoted as a cost-efficient "all-in-one" with a price point below $1,000, the Vita LT offers all the functions necessary, including built-in 802.11n wireless, to serve both as an individual PC and as an end-user unit on a school or district network. Features include:
The Vita LT is available now for direct purchase from Tangent.
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