Netbooks are cost-effective, but do they meet student needs?

Educators are debating the usefulness of small, low-cost netbooks in the classroom. Some say netbooks can be more cost-effective than traditional computers -- making it easier for students at disadvantaged schools to have access to technology. However, others say the machines are limited and do not meet all of students' educational needs.

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