Win an RM One computer

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The new One all-in-one computers from RM have been designed with teachers support from the desk up. Put your permanent connections, such as printer and network, into the back, and temporary ones - digital cameras, camcorders, headphones and microphones - into the front. There are also switches at the front to turn off sound and screen quickly when classroom activities demand. Unlike rival products, in the unlikely event of screen problems they can easily be taken off and replaced.

TES Online has five of these great computers - worth a total pound;2,745 - to give away in our easy-to-enter competition. See our promotion on page 24 for more details.

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