Hand-held computers draw interest as cheaper technology alternative

04/2/2007 | Washington Post, The

Using hand-held computers, students at a Virginia school are doing more with a traditional baking soda-and-vinegar experiment: they recorded audio, sketched their progress, analyzed data and launched a multimedia slide show. The hand-held computers are part of a county-wide technology program drawing national attention.

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