We have Hp Netbooks at our school and the tech people will not allow the computer carts (each holds 25 netbookc) to travel about 150 feet across a paved parking lot in the winter (we are in Iowa)because they feel the 60 seconds they are outside will damage the computers. We feel this is not true as we carry our labtops outside between the buildings and have no problems. I am looking for a specific answer to provide the tech people and administration to tell them that the computers will not be damaged by this 60 second trip between buildings. They like to call it "Cold Shock" and say they can not travel between buildings. One note next year we are purchasing 270 computers for the Jr and Sr classes to begin a 1 to 1 program where all students will be given thier won computer to use 24-7. They say when that happens the computers will be fine to travel outside. Can the computers safely be transported 150 feet in cold weather in an encloed cart? Thanks for your help
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