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British Govt Debates Swapping Printers For iPads 237

Posted by timothy
from the coff-new-toys-for-the-servants-coff dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The British government is examining whether it could save money by getting rid of its printers and giving civil servants free iPads instead. The head of the UK government skunkworks told silicon.com that if he got rid of all of a major government department's printers and gave staff iPads, the savings on printing costs would pay for the tablets in less than 18 months. The UK parliament has already let tablets into the debating chamber, with politicians already starting to choose to use tablets rather than bundles of papers in debates."
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British Govt Debates Swapping Printers For iPads

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