1. Inexpensive Android devices, which have been proliferating through the developing world, serve as excellent client devices to connect to a Pi access point. How does the Pi hold up to the task of serving a classroom full of tablet users over a single wifi dongle? We had been warned that a small number of wifi clients would likely swamp the connection, so last week we put it to the test. The Raspberry Pi/Wi-Pi combo held up smoothly, with 35 tablets simultaneously navigating through the KA Lite web interface and streaming Khan Academy videos. (via Guest post from Khan Academy Lite | Raspberry Pi)

    Inexpensive Android devices, which have been proliferating through the developing world, serve as excellent client devices to connect to a Pi access point. How does the Pi hold up to the task of serving a classroom full of tablet users over a single wifi dongle? We had been warned that a small number of wifi clients would likely swamp the connection, so last week we put it to the test. The Raspberry Pi/Wi-Pi combo held up smoothly, with 35 tablets simultaneously navigating through the KA Lite web interface and streaming Khan Academy videos. (via Guest post from Khan Academy Lite | Raspberry Pi)

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