Winona State University is apparently quite happy with its Tablet PC program and with Gateway. They have announced a one year extention to their original contract which will provide 4,200 M285 Convertible Notebook Tablet PCs.
If anyone from WSU reads GottaBeMobile.com, we’d love to see some pictures of the students with their M28x’s, and hear some first hand reports from students using them.
Gateway, Inc. the nation’s third-largest PC company, today announced it has extended its
contract with Winona State University (WSU) to include $6.5 million in M285 Convertible Notebook PCs and associated training, technical support and services. The one-year contract is for 4,200 notebooks to be used as part of WSU’s Laptop Program, the largest tablet PC implementation for higher education in the country. Now in its seventh year, the WSU Laptop Program has put a total of 7,600 Gateway convertible notebooks in the hands of WSU students, faculty and staff.
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