Sixteen new 'chrome station' computers have been successfully installed in Marlborough District Library (Blenheim) and Picton Library and Service Centre this week.
These are part of a strategy to bridge the digital divide in New Zealand at 140 public libraries and are provided through the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa--APNK.
The chrome-based operating system feature a change to 'Google' docs, sheets, folders and mail. Use of the computers and scanner is completely free. There is however a charge for printing, although A4 colour printing is now available.
So visit your local library and sample the wonderful new technology.