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3 reasons we are thankful for our Intel All-In-One PC (sponsored)

Nov 27, 2013 // No Comment // Categories: computer time, digital literacy // Tags: , , , , .

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We are wholeheartedly thankful for many of the opportunities that writing this little bloggy-blog affords because it is truly a labor of love.

For many, many years I wrote and wrote and wrote and wrote for no reason other than I wanted to share some cool tips with other parents who were just like me. Five years into this gig, I’m finding that the hours I put in have really paid off in so many more ways than I can even count.

Not to get all weepy, cry-face, but most recently, we are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to try an incredible device that I can wholeheartedly recommend to anyone: the Intel All-In-One PC.

Sure, I’m not a bigtime technology blogger, so of course I don’t have eight other similar devices to compare our Intel AIO PC to. Know that for sure, there may be a dozen other places to go to find that information.

For us, for our family, and for our purposes, this device works, and we totally heart it.

All I want to say is that I’m thankful for our AIO PC. Three reasons.

Here’s the skinny. . .

1.  It’s easy.  From set-up to clean-up, this device is easy.  I’ve mentioned that it takes up only a small bit of room and is quick to get out of the way.

It loads quickly, and it is easy to manipulate. It is an incredibly visual device; icons for everything, big, gorgeous images, and

2.  The kids get it.  Because the touchscreen so closely mirrors what our kids do every day on our tablets, they get this device. They know how to swipe, clear screens, type on the on-screen keypad, and manage both the keyboard and mouse.

It’s intuitive. It makes sense–its layout, design, and organization.

And now we’re all getting into the habit of trying to use screens everywhere–even when it’s not a touchscreen device.

3.  It does the job.  It’s great for play, and it’s great for work.  Maddy and I used the AIO PC along with a trial of Microsoft Office so that she could type her historical fiction story for school a few weeks back. It was incredible.

The ease with which Maddy could add images, change layout, and complete her assignment was fabulous.

 

And that’s it–3 quickie reasons we are incredibly thankful for our Intel AIO PC.

Any questions? Let me have ‘em–I’m happy to answer as best as I can!

fyi: I am in a partnership with Intel. Through this partnership I gain access to content, product, or other forms of value.  As always, my opinion is my own, influenced only by my three digital kids and my experience as a parent and educator.
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