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An Android OS computer for learning: Tanoshi Scholar

Techstination feature for Thursday, February 25, 2021

Techstination, your destination for gadgets and gear.   I’m Fred Fishkin.        The Tanoshi Scholar is a combination notebook and tablet designed for learning.     It’s a ruggedized machine…that runs the Android 10 operating system….and uses Android apps and features parental controls.   Some…designed for learning…are pre-installed…like Scratch Junior…to teach the basics of coding.    The company appeared on Shark Tank last year landing a deal with Daymond John.   CEO and Co-Founder Brad Johnston… …says Android has some working offline advantages over Chromebooks...

“Say you don’t have high speed Internet at home…you can go to school …wherever you need to be…MacDonald’s…you can download your homework, take it home, work on it offline…and then go back to the next time you can get a WiFi hotspot and upload it from there.”

It’s a solid feeling, smart machine.  The price…about three hundred dollars.   Find more at

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Categories: Computers | Kids