Israel’s e-learning company, Omron, has launched a product to help its students learn in an environment where they have less to do.
The company’s new product, the Gm Electronics, comes with a built-in electronic keyboard and a set of e-book software that allows students to write and play electronic music and video.
It was developed with the aim of improving student learning, the company said on its website, which has been translated by The Jerusalem News.
The software provides an e-mail and instant messaging application that students can use to access the Gmc-X system, which is a customized version of Microsoft Office and Google Chrome.
It also offers the ability to use a keyboard for online learning.
The Gm electronics is not the first device designed for students to learn.
The company, which began as a student project, was able to sell about 5,000 of the devices, with a total of 10,000 sold, according to a news release from the company.
The startup is not affiliated with the Israeli government and has not received any funding.
“I believe that in order to create a better world, we need to create better learning environments,” Omron co-founder and CEO Yair Cohen told The Jerusalem Times.
“With Gm, we are offering a solution to an old problem.”
Cohen said that the Gms is an elearning system, meaning that it is a computer program that uses electronic technology.
The Gm system uses a battery and a Wi-Fi signal to communicate with the computer.
The product was launched last week in Israel.
It is expected to launch in the U.S. and the European Union this year, Cohen said.
The product will also be available in Israel, France and Germany.
Omron began as an idea that Cohen and his colleagues were working on as a way to improve education and make the technology available to students who may not have access to it.
The team was also working on developing an ereader, a device that can take advantage of tablets, phones and laptops.
The idea was to create an ereading device that would work with the same technology that a typical keyboard uses.
Cohen and his co-founders started by designing the device with the intention of making it portable and flexible.
But they were also inspired by other companies that had tried to make electronic keyboards for classrooms.
The team realized that if students wanted to use their devices, they would have to take care of a few things, Cohen told the Jerusalem Times.
“In the past, we have been using laptops or tablets for our education, and we’re really limited in the amount of technology that we can use,” he said.
“The idea that we could make this device for learning with a laptop or a tablet was just too ambitious.”
The device is meant to be used by students who cannot use a computer or tablet for homework or studying.
The device also has a set-up to allow students to work together on a project, Cohen added.
The device uses an LED strip, a technology that is similar to that used in smart phones, to indicate when a user is in the “present” state, meaning they are on their mobile phone.
The strip turns red when a student is writing or listening to music.
It turns blue when a mouse cursor is on the screen.
The technology allows the user to type at any time without having to turn on the device.
The LED strip is activated by holding the device down, and the software on the Gs keyboard automatically changes color.
The screen on the laptop or tablet will automatically turn red when the user is writing, while the screen on a phone or a computer will turn blue when the student is looking at the screen, Cohen explained.
“The only thing we’re trying to do is provide an electronic keyboard that can be used in classrooms, but we are also using it in the home for learning and learning in a comfortable environment,” Cohen said, adding that the device can be attached to a wall or placed on a table or desk.
The students can also use the device to do homework, as well as in the classroom.
The students can write on the display, and if they do not have a computer to work with, they can download the software and use it in real time.
The software can be accessed by a smartphone app.