Educators often need support implementing engaging technology in their curricula. Intel Skills for Innovation (SFI) helps teachers incorporate technology by allowing them to create technology-based plans, activities, and projects to promote cognitive skill development in students. Running applications from the Intel SFI framework on faster, more responsive devices could lead to a better student user experience and more time to maximize learning outcomes.
Using Intel SFI applications and common productivity apps, we tested the responsiveness of two Chromebooks: one with a six-core Intel Core i3-1215U processor and one with a four-core Intel Celeron N5100 processor.
In another study, we also similarly tested the responsiveness of two Microsoft Windows devices: a convertible laptop with a six-core Intel Core i3-1215U processor and a convertible laptop with a four-core Intel Celeron N5100 processor
In both studies, we found that in some of the SFI apps, like CoSpaces EDU, students can complete tasks faster on an Intel Core i3-1215U processor-powered device compared to an Intel Celeron N5100 processor-powered one.
See the individual reports to learn more about running Intel Skills for Innovation applications on systems powered by Intel Core i3-1215U processors.
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