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    We have a room, probablly similar size to yours, we have Lenovo A70z all in ones mounted on the wall, keyboard can be put on top of them and out the way if necessary, so can the mouse.

    There is desking all round the wall which must be about 12 inches deep maximum and then stools for the students to sit at, similar to those in a science suite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    I see Commodore have a new all-in-one out:

    Commodore VIC-Slim
    Nice! Retro ICT lab! Although how would you secure that down? Would be annoying if you couldn't move the keyboard... Suppose kensington system? hummm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Achandler View Post
    We have a room, probablly similar size to yours, we have Lenovo A70z all in ones mounted on the wall, keyboard can be put on top of them and out the way if necessary, so can the mouse.

    There is desking all round the wall which must be about 12 inches deep maximum and then stools for the students to sit at, similar to those in a science suite.
    Could you take photo?

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    IMG_0026.JPG

    That is it from one end, the other end is slightly wider (about 4m), almsot like a butternut squash shape!

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    Oooo, very interesting! Thanks...

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    I know this goes against your question (a tiny bit), but have you considered abolishing your IT Suite and having wireless netbooks? You probably have a wireless network anyway, so you can just add to it.

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    Have you looked at my IT Room photos on FB @Little-Miss? They use standard PCs on work-surface but are mounted using fairly simple brackets for screens and towers and makes more room and keeps everything secure so it cannot grow legs and wander/ be borrowed....

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    To be honest Michael, I couldn't think of anything worse! I have 3 netbook trolleys at the mo and can quite happily say Im not ready to give up my suite yet

    I think your suite was one of the first to pop into my head John. I remember you doing it. Where are the photies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    To be honest Michael, I couldn't think of anything worse! I have 3 netbook trolleys at the mo and can quite happily say Im not ready to give up my suite yet

    I think your suite was one of the first to pop into my head John. I remember you doing it. Where are the photies?
    On Facebook in my Work album I think, I'll post one to your FB wall for you

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