Hardware, the hard way

6th April 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Hardware, the hard way: students at John Kitto community college in Plymouth saved thousands of pounds by building 31 PCs as part of their advanced GNVQ in inormation technology. The savings work out at pound;200 per computer. They are now helping primary schools with installation and upkeep of IT. Photograph by MIKE BENSON

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