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Why Toshiba in Higher Education
Toshiba laptops have remained the most widely purchased portables in the UK Higher Education community since the first framework was established in 1998. The current framework, the National Desktop and Notebook Agreement, commenced in August 2009 with Toshiba awarded "Best Value" status - this means that a university or college can buy Toshiba laptops under the NDNA without any need for further tendering. For the first year of the NDNA (August 09 to July 2010) the overall NDNA sales were £20.7M, of which Toshiba's share was the largest at 40.9%.
Why are Toshiba laptops so popular? Firstly, their reliability is well established, and this means fewer failures, less downtime and lower support costs. Secondly, the wide range of Toshiba models available includes the world's lightest 13.3" laptop the Portégé R700, an award-winning 10" NetBook and many other great designs offering long battery life and innovative features. In addition, when you buy Toshiba through the NDNA you get a three year international warranty included, enhanced levels of support and service, and better pricing whether you are buying one or twenty laptops.
The NDNA framework is used by nearly all universities and by many colleges - members of one of the regional purchasing consortia - and is also available to the staff and students of those institutions for private purchase with the same benefits.
When you buy Toshiba laptops through one of the three NDNA appointed resellers you will get best value, good service and the best available reliability and environmental friendliness.