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Google donates 17,000 Nexus 7 tablets to Hurricane Sandy victims in New York

30
Oct
2013

Google has donated 17,000 Nexus 7 tablets to assist New York communities still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. The tablets, which have a retail value of over $2.7 million, will be used in libraries, senior centers, and small businesses. For many of our state’s residents who are still building back, the generosity of companies like Google can make a huge difference, Governor Andrew Cuomo says in a statement. Elsewhere, libraries and small businesses will use the tablets for job and skill training tools, and senior centers will use them to allow seniors to video chat with their family and friends.

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