VTech, maker of the Vtech Educational Computer, has announced that it will be the first online educational company to offer a full-scale educational computer.
The company will begin offering the VTech Educational Computer in the US on April 3, the company said on Tuesday.
The VTech Education Computer is a desktop computer that can be used for learning online and at home.
It will cost $1,499 (US), or about $6,500 (Australian).
It will also include an optional classroom subscription, which can be purchased for $299.
The VTech School subscription includes six months of online tutoring, teaching, and study materials.
VTech says that the V2 Educational Computer will offer an education to students for $1 per hour, which will be paid for by a subscription to the V1 subscription.”VTech has a long history of supporting online education for students across the globe,” VTech CEO Michael E. Saucier said in a statement.
“The V1 is our first full-blown educational computer with the V-2, and it is a great way for students to begin their learning online.”VTech is also working on a new VTech Learning Center, which is expected to launch sometime this year.
This will offer online instruction in multiple subject areas, with the goal of offering more personalized learning experiences.
“We believe that this innovative technology can transform the way our students learn, while offering the benefits of offline learning while delivering a truly personalized learning experience,” Vtech CEO Michael Sauciers said in the statement.