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TCAT Elizabethton students working on faster computers

September 13th, 2015 12:30 pm by Community contributor

TCAT Elizabethton students working on faster computers

Brandon Franklin of Sullivan County, who is studying Computer Information Technology at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton, works on a new computer as instructor Lisa Miller observes. Photo courtesy of TCAT Elizabethton.

ELIZABETHTON — Speedy computers save time and money for employers.

Students in the Computer Information Technology class at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton installed the latest state of the art in computers for fellow students enrolled in Administrative Office Technology on Thursday, Sept. 10.

The new wireless computer is approximately 7 by 7 inches in size and has 8 gigabytes of random access memory.

Brandon Franklin of Sullivan County, who is studying Computer Information Technology, and Lisa Miller, AOT instructor, said the new computers will allow students to work quicker. Nate Hall, Computer Information Technology instructor, recently watched Jasen Edwards of Unicoi County, who is also enrolled in CIT, conduct a test of the computer processor in one of the new computers installed on the desk of each AOT student at the TCAT Main Campus. For additional information, call (423) 543-0070 or go to the TCAT Elizabethton website.

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