Global personal computer makers are rushing to put out their advanced technology to accommodate the smart classroom initiative in a drive to capitalise on a 6.97-billion baht market opportunity.
Students use a computer as part of a smart classroom pilot project designed by Microsoft (Thailand) Ltd that began last week.
The smart classroom initiative has been raised after the junta ordered the Education Ministry to scrap the Pheu Thai Party's One Tablet per Child project.
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