Most districts in Maine opt to stick with Apple devices

06/16/2013 | Morning Sentinel (Waterville, Maine)

The majority of school districts in Maine have opted to continue purchasing and using Apple devices, rather than switch to Hewlett-Packard -- the preferred vendor determined by a coalition of states, including Maine, Vermont and Hawaii that are working together to secure lower prices on education technology. However, some districts did switch vendors, saying the Windows-enabled devices cost less and were more widely used in the business world.

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