Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific is proud to be the hardware partner at Crescent Girls’ School (CGS) in the m-Learning initiative. Together with iDA and Microsoft, this initiative is launched to all Secondary One students and teachers who are equipped with the latest Fujitsu tablet PCs – the Stylistic ST5010 and LifeBook T3010. Over 300 Secondary One CGS students are currently using the Fujitsu LifeBook T3010, a convertible tablet PC that easily transforms from a notepad to a notebook, depending on the needs of the student and the format of the content being taught. Apart from the convertible series, some teachers have been teaching with the Fujitsu Stylistic ST5010, a thin-and-light slate-form factor tablet PC.

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific is proud to be the hardware partner at Crescent
Girls’ School (CGS) in the m-Learning initiative. Together with iDA and
Microsoft, this initiative is launched to all Secondary One students and
teachers who are equipped with the latest Fujitsu tablet PCs – the Stylistic
ST5010 and LifeBook T3010.

Over 300 Secondary One CGS students are currently using the Fujitsu LifeBook
T3010, a convertible tablet PC that easily transforms from a notepad to a
notebook, depending on the needs of the student and the format of the content
being taught. Apart from the convertible series, some teachers have been
teaching with the Fujitsu Stylistic ST5010, a thin-and-light slate-form factor
tablet PC.

"Fujitsu is honoured to be a partner for m-learning@Crescent. We are glad to
provide the hardware foundation to enable a new dimension of pen-based
interactivity in teaching and learning, and to bring the vision in education for
teachers and students to a new level,” said Mok Wai Tong, Director, Sales &
Business Development, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific.

The adoption of pen-based computing has enhanced the interaction in the
teaching and learning experience. Teachers have found the tablet PC very useful
in teaching subjects such as geography. Connecting a tablet PC to a projector,
teachers find it easier to teach map reading, and to illustrate how changes
occur in the natural landscape. Students have also found pen-based input useful
when illustrating scientific diagrams, taking down mathematical equations and
symbols, and writing Chinese essays.

“We believe that pen-based computing naturally fits into the school
environment where rapid scribbling and jotting down of lecture notes is a part
of the learning process. With powerful handwriting recognition capabilities, the
tablet PC is the ideal platform for students and teachers to achieve their
goals,” said Mok.

Fujitsu has over a decade of experience in designing and building pen-based
computing products and solutions. Now into its 20th generation of pen-based
computing products, Fujitsu is one of the market leaders in the industry and has
in-depth expertise in designing tablet PCs. Fujitsu’s tablet PC products are
full-featured with integrated functionality while providing optimum performance.
In addition, they are designed in a thin-and-light form factor, with strong
durability, good heat dissipation properties, and an ergonomic design that
factors in human behavioural traits.