There are two parts to this question. The first one being that there is a positive side and the other one being the negative side. The positive stated in the article were that because of technology, students can access many of the information needed online. However, it also goes on to talk about how children, who cant afford new technology, get left behind in their knowledge or studying in depth. Even text books cost a lot nowadays, so how these children meant to study if they cannot afford either of these things.

A good thing about hardware for education is that it is being used in schools nowadays and allows students to save a lot of data on a laptop and network with the help of RAM. A negative with this new hardware stuff like Hard Disk is that if a hard disk fails to launch or ‘crashes’ then a person might lose all its work.

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Social/Ethical issue derived from this people and machines. If a person does not know how to use the hardware equipment he can ruin the whole system. Another thing is that some people cannot afford extra components like a new processor or extra RAM, which can cause stuff to fail and leading to the person losing its information. A solution for this is that the person needs to store some files like Images or Songs onto a separate hard disk and keep the laptop or computer just for their work savings. Stakeholders involved are basically the people who can afford the new technology and people who know how to use the technology. You cannot give a laptop to someone who has never seen one, and not expect him/her to brake.

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