The Intel Learning Series continues to change the way students learn with the Intel-powered classmate PC and its developing ecosystem. At the Intel Developer Forum today, new versions of the classmate PC will be displayed and demonstrated in a classroom setting with young students to give attendees the flavor of a classroom sporting the high-tech classmate PCs. The updated versions, coming soon, feature Cedar Trail Atom chips that offer longer battery life, increased ruggedness and an enhanced user experience. Additionally, we are proud to announce the growth of the Intel Learning Series Alliance has reached 500 members in 70 countries who are developing applications, peripherals and services optimized for the Learning Series. Since Intel announced the classmate PC reference design in 2007, more than 5 million classmate PCs have shipped around the world. For more information, visit the Intel-powered classmate PC press kit.