Developed in conjunction with the Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment (SMILE) program, the SMILE Plug is a cloud computing server that supports a wide array of SMILE learning applications. the SMILE Plug creates a micro-cloud within a classroom that is controlled by the instructor, creating a secure, private, and robust classroom connection for up to 60 student
- Price US$30
- Wi-Fi support for 60 clients creates a classroom micro-cloud for up to 60 students
- Easy Deployment and management means simple plug and device pairing for teachers
- Optional rechargeable battery back-up, this is ideal for situations where the electrical power source is inconsistent
- An open platform, which makes it ideal for developing or porting any additional learning applications
- SMILE Server provides access to more open source SMILE learning applications
- High-performance with low power, ideal for always-on computing tasks
- Debug support via external debug board
- 512MB of RAM
- 512 MB onboard storage
- 2GHz single-core Armada 370 SoC
- 802.11 a/b/g/n Avastar WiFi chip
- 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports
- 2 USB 2.0
- microSD slot
- Linux based
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