[caption id="attachment_41221" align="alignleft" width="150"]CDI employees test, clean, and upgrade each piece of equipment. CDI employees test, clean, and upgrade each piece of equipment.[/caption]

At less than half the cost of purchasing new computers, buying high-quality refurbished machines is cheaper and more efficient, some education technology directors say—and that’s a big deal with school budgets stretched so thin.

It's also more environmentally friendly, which can be a big factor, too.

McNairy County Schools in Tennessee bought 300 used Dell laptops for its one-to-one computing initiative from CDI, Computer Dealers...

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