Computer Education Professionals

First generation experience in DP and Information Technology

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Computer Education Techniques offers a variety of computer hardware rentals options.

  • Workstations are configured with Intel Core 2 Duo 2.13 GHz to 3.66 processors with 2GB to 4GB of RAM, 320-1T GB hard drives, 17+ LCD monitors and depending upon the machine, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or DVD-RW device.
  • Laser and other printers are available upon request; classrooms have Internet access.

Custom configurable systems are available:

  • RAM
  • Multi-processors
  • Network Accessories
  • RAID Systems
  • Hard Disks
  • Scanner
  • Multimedia
  • Communication Accessories
  • High Speed Printers
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Training Room Configuration - Classroom Facilities


  • As part of its private courses, Computer Education Techniques, can set up mobile classrooms, complete with network hubs and routers.
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  • Computer Education Techniques will custom configure an information technology training environment. Requests for special multimedia and peripheral hardware devices can be accommodated.
  • The projection systems use large pulldown screens. Whiteboards are in the front of the classroom and flipcharts are available for additional writing space.



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