Founded in 1989, CTL™ designs and manufactures computer products including desktop and mobile workstations, LED Monitors, laptops and high performance servers. CTL also manufacturers specialty devices including our 2go brand of ruggedized tablets and slates.
CTL’s brands include CTL and the popular 2go™ PC. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Asia, CTL and their OEM partners supply North American consumers, government agencies, and many of the most recognized corporate brands.
About 2go PC
2go PC products are designed specifically to excel in environments which call for robust and flexible ultra-mobile computing devices including: k-12 education; military; law enforcement; medical; home health care; aviation; field sales; home inspection and food service.
2go PC product categories include:
- Ruggedized convertible tablets with a touch screen that rotates from traditional laptop mode to tablet mode
- Ruggedized netbooks such as the 2go Classmate PC which runs Microsoft Windows 7 and is powered by an Intel Atom processor
- Ruggedized tablets such as the popular Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8 Intel powered 2go Convertible Classmate PC which has a screen that rotates to convert from traditional laptop mode to a slate tablet with a touch screen and handwriting recognition.
Microsoft Windows based tablets such as the 2go Classmate PC series are based on a Intel reference design that incorporated years of ethnographic research into k-12 computer use. 2go Classmate PC products are unique in the marketplace in that they include the following differentiating features:
- These ruggedized netbook and ruggedized tablets incorporate a tough exterior with rounded corners and are designed to withstand a 50cm+ drop test
- 2go Classmate PCs have a spill resistant screen and keyboard
- Like all CTL netbooks, these run Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8
- 2go Classmate PC netbooks and tablets include an anti-microbial keyboard
- Intel designed Classmate PCs also include carrying handles
- The 2goPAD runs Microsoft Windows 7, so millions of Windows based programs will run on it
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