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One Tablet plan aids industry

Critical logistics, training snafus remain

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The Yingluck Shinawatra administration's One Tablet per Child scheme has shaken up the country's information technology industry, stimulating tablet computer sales to record growth, say industry veterans. 

Sales are expected to increase by 177% to 1.3 million devices this year, with the rapid growth expected to continue.

But the experts caution that for some schools with large student populations, it cannot yet be "one tablet per child" as envisioned.

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