Schools in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines are testing technology provided by Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard to give more students access to computers. Using the Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 and the HP MultiSeat Computing Solution, as many as 10 students can work off of one computer with their own monitor, keyboard and mouse. Officials from the companies say the technology helps improve student learning and is more cost-effective than supplying each student with his or her own computer.

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