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1. news | 10 Oct 2013
» The government has rejected allegations that 260,000 of tablet computers in its 2.6 billion baht-One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) project have broken.
2. learning | 09 Sep 2011
» How can tablet computers be used to educate children? Suranand Vejjajiva takes a look at the issues.
3. learning | 30 Jan 2012
» Chinese IT & mobile powerhouses (ZTE, Huawei, Lenovo) are competing to supply low-priced tablet computers to Thai school children.
4. learning | 11 Feb 2013
» The government's "one tablet per child" policy is getting ready for its second year with 1.8 million devices proposed for distribution.
5. business | 24 Oct 2013
» A committee overseeing the One Tablet per Child scheme will likely make another U-turn on procurement by using a distribution model instead of a coupon giveaway.
6. learning | 17 Sep 2012
» CHACHOENGSAO : Computer maintenance outlets stand ready to provide after-sales service for tablet computers provided to schools under the government's One Tablet PC Per Child scheme.
7. learning | 12 Mar 2012
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» Rachawinit School was one of five chosen to try out tablets under the government’s One Tablet per Child scheme. During a visit by the Bangkok Post, both teachers and students seemed quite positive about the experience
8. news | 07 Oct 2013
» About 30% of 860,000 tablet computers distributed to Prathom 1 students last year are reported to have broken, a source on the tablet committee said.
9. learning | 28 Jan 2013
» World's fourth largest PC maker chooses Thailand to introduce new line of lost cost tablets (3,990 baht) for education aiming to govt One Tablet Per Child contract.
10. business | 04 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» - My husband and I have been married for three years and have been discussing whether or not to have a child. Our combined income is around 75,000 baht a month. I think we are ready, but my hubby doesn't agree. He th...