PeeWee PC unveils Pivot 2.0
They say that kids learn through examples, and most of the time, whatever they pick up, they do so from their parents. If you’re a parent, chances are you know what I’m talking about – you can tell them a hundred times not to eat cookies before dinner, but if you do so yourself, expect to have a battle royale of wits on your hands since what you say don’t jive with what you do. Well, having said that, if you are a business person who totes around your laptop wherever you go, chances are little Johnny would also want a laptop of his own so that he can follow dad/mom.
Of course, you know that getting him an actual laptop would be a waste of money since he doesn’t really know how to make use of it to the fullest at that tender age, not to mention the high chances of him spoiling it with his rough behavior as expected from kids his age. What’re you going to do to get rid of that tinge of guilt? Enter the PeeWee PC Pivot 2.0, of course.
PeeWee PC is currently the leading manufacturer of computer products and accessories for kids, and they have recently announced the availability of the new PeeWee Pivot 2.0 laptop. Not only is it able to compute and run basic programs thanks to an Intel Atom N450 processor and Windows 7 as the operating system of choice, this is also a rugged, durable and lightweight (3.7lbs) laptop that boasts a 180° rotating touch screen tablet and camera coupled with 15 educational games to help you get started right out of the box. Nice to see the retractable carrying handle included for easy transportation, and the water resistant keyboard is definitely more than welcomed.
On the outside, you would find a durable exterior and superior security protection. Made out of a sturdy plastic shell, the Pivot 2.0 also sports rubber slip-resistant grips and a water resistant keyboard as mentioned earlier, making it more than capable of withstanding the demands and rigors of every day use while at school, home or in the car.
PeeWee Patrol and Privacy security suites limit how much time children spend browsing and gaming, blocks inappropriate sites and prevents children from changing system systems for added peace of mind for the parents. If you want to keep Johnny happy this Christmas, why not consider the $599 PeeWee Pivot 2.0?