“The Christian college in Oregon has opted to give new students the option of choosing the new iPad or selecting its current offering, the MacBook,” Sellers reports. “For more than 20 years, George Fox has supplied a computer for each incoming undergraduate student to keep upon graduating. The cost is included in tuition.”
Sellers reports, “Greg Smith, the university’s chief information officer, says students may choose the iPad either because they already have their laptop of choice or because they believe the iPad is truly the more functional computing device for them to be a successful student. Smith suspects the MacBook will be the more popular choice for students in professional programs such as the engineering major, film major or computer science major who need that extra computing power.”
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[Attribution: TUAW. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]