Students gravitate toward technology

08/21/2007 | Palm Beach Post (Fla.), The · NKY.com (Northern Kentucky)

Middle and high school students are increasingly relying on technology, including laptops, flash drives and all-in-one printers. Twenty percent of teens (age 12 to 17) own a laptop, which represents an increase of 4 percentage points when compared with a year ago, a Consumer Electronics Association study finds.

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Palm Beach Post (Fla.), The · NKY.com (Northern Kentucky)

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