The BBC microbit minicomputer was given free to up to 1 million UK school children in 2016 is being continued in the UK and was rolled out internationally by the new Micro:bit Educational Foundation that was launched in London that same year.

In the spirit of the original BBC Micro computer of the 80s, the Micro:Bit is designed to encourage a new generation to pursue a career in computing, electronics and software.

The BBC micro:bit gives teachers and educational organizations an easy-to-use platform to teach STEM skills that align with their curriculum, enabling digital creativity and improving digital literacy. Net Lab will help schools in the Philippines achieve those goals.


Net Lab is a Microsoft Authorized Education Reseller of academic priced products to Qualified Educational Institutions. Net Lab will help Qualified Educational Users plan its purchase of any the following software products under Microsoft’s Academic Volume License Agreement:

* Microsoft Windows Operating System

* Microsoft Office Productivity Suite

* Microsoft Windows Server Products



Net Lab. is a reseller of wireless products from entry-level up to high end both for educational institutions and the enterprise. Net Lab aims to help educational institutions stay ahead of the growing demand for high-bandwidth application and services.


Workstations and servers are both for the budget conscious schools and high-end market that require fast and reliable computers for their computer laboratories, offices and even classrooms.