In 2012, Animoca and Outblaze donated 49 7-inch Android 4.0 tablets (Ainol Novo7 Paladin) to a Hong Kong element school in need of mobile touch computing resources. To investigate the impact of tablets used in that local school and advocates addressing the problem of the digital divide from an early age, ThinkBlaze, sponsored by Animoca and Outblaze, worked with the City University of Hong Kong to come up with a report titled with “Does the Learning Medium Matter? A Study on the Use of Low-cost Tablets in the Classroom, and Observations on the Digital Divide”.
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