On Sat, 10 Sep 2016 06:25:18 +0000, Ian Stewart wrote:
> If you shop around re-cycling centres, then over time, you may be
> able to buy 3 x broken laptops for less than a total of $100 and be
> able to build one good laptop that matches the sort of specs
> described in this article.
Good idea. Have you thought of offering such a service for those of us
who are not so ... hardwarily skilled? :)
> This configuration involves high costs in initial classroom re-fit
> and wiring installation, high cost of initial IT hardware, high power
> consumption to run the lab, and (in theory) the high cost of the
> proprietary operating system and software products.
You can guess the reason for this: all the software they know is
Surely they would be using a lot of web-based stuff by now? In which
case, the OS running on the client machine should matter less.
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