Welcome to a
new school of thought.
How did you get here? Somewhere along the line you learned that the road less traveled leads to a life worth living. That the best lessons are lived, not lectured. That education is more than memorization—it is exploration. It is inspiration. It is scratching the itch, lighting the fire, and riding the storm.
You’re a parent? A school leader? A teacher?
You’re a student with an insatiable thirst for knowledge?
Excellent. You’re with us.
and justice for all.
We believe in the curious. The tinkerers. The wonderers and the wanderers. The overachievers, the underserved, and the middle of the pack. The do-gooders and the down-and-outers. We believe that every student has the right to experience high-tech learning opportunities with the lowest cost of ownership.
We’re with you.
In 2015, we broke ground in Buffalo, New York. They called us crazy, but less than two years later we were partnered with local educators, Microsoft, and Intel® Education. Our purpose? To build computers strong enough for any classroom, smart enough for any student, and affordable enough for any school. We’re not cramming consumer-grade gadgets into classrooms. We’re introducing purpose-built tools to shared learning communities.
Atlas Series from Bak USA.
Our commitment to education, social justice, and technology has converged to create the Atlas Series: the strongest, most versatile 2-in-1 laptops for K-12 classrooms. Now students and teachers can take ownership, overcome challenges, and create opportunities in any setting. Carry the world in the palm of your hands. Navigate the uncharted waters of your imagination. Reach the peak of your potential with Atlas computers from Bak USA.
The world is
See how the Atlas experience transformed 6th graders into archaeologists:
“The Atlas allowed us to take kids out into the field as archaeologists. They became archaeologists. The old way would be to bring a microscope, bring a notebook, bring a textbook, bring a backpack… but when you put all that in an Atlas—the kids show up with all that equipment that archaeologists would’ve used wrapped up in one device.”
-Jason H., Buffalo Public Schools
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