PeeWee PC Debuts PeeWee Pivot 2.0 Laptop for Kids
Spill and drop resistant laptop features rotating touch screen with stylus and retractable carrying handle
Coral Gables, FL - November 17, 2010 - PeeWee PC, the leading manufacturer of computer products and accessories for children, is proud to announce the availability of the new PeeWee Pivot 2.0 laptop. The rugged, durable and lightweight (3.7lbs) notebook is fully loaded and features a 180° rotating touch screen tablet and camera, 15 educational games, Microsoft XP Home, Intel® Atom N450 processor, retractable carrying handle and water resistant keyboard.
The PeeWee Pivot 2.0 features a durable exterior and superior security protection. Made with a sturdy plastic shell, rubber slip-resistant grips and water resistant keyboard, the laptop is able to withstand the demanding every day use while at school, home or in the car.
To ensure maximum safety and protection, the PeeWee Pivot 2.0 comes standard with 2 security software suites. PeeWee Patrol and Privacy limits how much time children spend browsing and gaming, blocks inappropriate sites and prevents children from changing system systems. Additionally, the proprietary software allows parents to take screen shots, view browsing history and control the laptop remotely.
The PeeWee Pivot 2.0 is available now for $599 MSRP at http://www.PeeWeePC.com. For more information, please contact PR representative Valerie Guerra at 305-576-1171 x20 or email@example.com.
About PeeWee PC
Founded in 2008, PeeWee PC works to empower children by providing safe, smart, and customized computing solutions. PeeWee PC designs and sells desktops, notebooks, software and computer accessories for children built with a focus on learning, durability, and safety. Every PeeWee PC computer ships with the company's proprietary security suite to ensure children can safely browse the internet.
PeeWee PC - Computers made with kids in mind. http://www.peeweepc.com
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