08 Dec Chinese IT Company Distributes Affordable PCs in the Philippines
This Shenzhen-based IT provider is collaborating with RedDot Philippines to bring their latest desktop release: the Hasee HFMPB02. With a prominent reputation in computer technology community, Hasee has gained entry in the Philippine market and struck partnership with a reputable mobile distributor greatly benefiting educational institutions with affordable desktops.
This PC has the following power features:
- i5-446chipset using Turbo Boost Technology of 3.4 Ghz
- a1 GB DDR3 GT420 graphics card
- 500GB SATA hard disk drive
- 4 GB DDR3 memory card that can be expandable up to 8GB on the second slot
This desktop maximize and speed up processor core frequencies without compromising core temperature. This makes up for accommodating faster turn-around time to get tasks done without compromising quality, making it a great investment for schools and offices where mass productivity is required without costs shooting off the roof.
Aside from the i5 chipset, this desktop also comes with a rooster of essentials such as a 9-in-1 card reader, LAN and input and output USB ports, audio, DVD, LAN, COM and audio. Keyboard, LCD monitor and mouse comes with the package.
As of the globally prominent OEM manufacturers, Hasee Computers maintained strong partnerships of more than 3,000 distributors in 120 countries. Hasee is still one of the top brands supplying notebook PC, desktop PC, motherboards, panel PC and graphic cards for more than a decade now.
Impacting the future of education through e-learning
Philippines is slowly gaining traction in using e-learn platforms and have students make assignments and projects using technology.
The ASEAN integration may also prompt more schools in the Philippines to adopt to an international calendar. Currently, the Philippines is the only member of the ASEAN that starts school on a June and ends in May (whereas others starts on August, September or October). But PH is slowly adopting to a new calendar for it to be aligned with their foreign counterparts.
Furthermore, with increased use of technology, this may prompt many schools to invest in modern devices to keep up with the changes. The integration has also opened doors for exchange programs and research programs, thus posing the need for student to be more up-to-date with the rising advancement in educational platforms.