Have you heard of ChromeBooks? Basically it’s a laptop that lives on the web – you can go from zero to the web in 7 seconds.
A major drawback is that you can’t add software to the machine, meaning that some of the software I like to promote (namely Airserver and Doceri) are not usable on the device. That being said, your program can use the device with ANYTHING ON THE INTERNET.
“Why, Barry, what do you mean by anything on the internet?”
I mean those things that we use to collaborate with students you will be able to access with this machine - TABE Online, Google Drive, ITTS, GED Academy, ket.org/education, PBS Learning Media, Targeted Math Instruction for the 2002 GED® Test, KYAE, KYVAE, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
Chromebooks also have an HDMI port that would allow one to present from the device. I don’t know how it would work with a wireless keyboard and mouse, but I hope to experiment soon. Even with the software issue, I think these would make great machines for students to use in your wireless program.