WINONA, Minn. (KTTC) -- Students at Winona State University are getting more digital schooling than years past.
University officials say this fall, the college will become the first public university in the Midwest to offer both a tablet and a laptop to students.
Students there will have their choice of an iPad mini or an Android-based tablet to go along with their Mac or PC laptop.
The best part for students is the addition of a tablet will not increase the current technology cost.
WSU made the announcement in a press release on Monday.
The new computers will be issued to students starting this fall.
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