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release time:2020-07-03 09:37 classification:company news Views:235Times

According to Kyodo News Agency on June 13, Fujitsu client computing, a joint venture between Fujitsu and China's Lenovo Group, said on July 12 that it would sell a notebook computer "Lifebook LH55" for primary school students on July 26, and began to offer fees for learning English conversation and programming. The company said it was the first real personal computer in Japan for primary school students.

The Ministry of education, culture, science and technology of Japan stipulates programming as a compulsory course in the new learning guidance essentials from 2020. With the popularity of smartphones driving people away from computers, the company aims to tap demand by selling robust learning oriented computers.

"The number of computers held by primary school students is relatively small, and there is still room for action," Saito bangzhang, President of the school, told the press conference. The market price of the computer is set at less than 100000 yen (about 5800 yuan), and it is equipped with the basic function of learning programming as standard.

Due to the rise of smart phones and tablet computers, personal consumption of computers in Japan has gradually decreased since around 2011, according to the IT professional research company mm general research. The executive director of MM general research, Nakamura Chengxi, pointed out that "to expand the demand, we need to enrich the functions, such as teaching materials that can help to improve the learning strength." /*Huaqiangbei left content page tail * / var CPRO_ id = "u ";