Freshman Computers

​Freshman Computers ​​

Since its founding, Grove City College has believed that a quality education is also a practical education. That’s why all full-time students are issued a Tablet PC computer as well as a printer upon enrollment. After graduation as a full-time student, the equipment is yours to keep. Freshmen starting in Fall 2016 will be issued:

HP Elite X2 1012 Tablet PC running Windows 10 Enterprise. This high-end business class system is equipped with an Intel® m7 dual-core processor, 8GB RAM, 250GB Solid State Drive, 12” Multi-touch display, detachable travel keyboard and more, including four-year warranty and accidental damage protection.  For more information on the Elite X2, you may read HP’s Press Release.

In addition to the Tablet PC, this technology package includes ancillary equipment such as a docking station (which provides DisplayPort and HDMI video as well as USB3, Ethernet, audio and power connections), a Targus Grid shoulder bag designed to protect and transport the Tablet PC, and an HP All-In-One Inkjet Printer.

Additionally, Grove City College provides software for this equipment, including Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 and Microsoft EndPoint Protection.



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