Thursday, November 20, 2014

Students Make 1:1 Devices Their Own

Sam Lombardi
Staff Writer

  Ever since the introduction of the 1:1 devices, students have been finding ways to customize them to fit their personal preference. A lot of people usually change their desktop background, lock screens or color scheme, but most students do not realize they can also customize the exterior. Some different ideas that have floated around the school include different cases and also stickers to make the laptop more unique and recognizable. Some people cover the back with loads of different stickers or art and some others put a brand logo on top of the school emblem. These means of tablet customization are all acceptable but it’s important to keep anything added appropriate and make sure it’s not something that can damage the computer.
  Some examples of stickers that you can expect to see throughout the year are for sports teams, clothing brands, and other miscellaneous designs. There is a wide range of different reasons; however, the most common thing people have said when asked about it is simply: “I don’t know, I thought it looked cool,” which is perfectly valid; who wouldn’t want their laptop to look better?

 Some people only decide to cover up the school emblem, while others plaster the back with a bunch of obscure stickers, but no matter what, it reflects a degree of creativity for those who aren’t content with a bland laptop.

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