Seton Hall University is serious about keeping its students technologically up to date. In 1998, the New Jersey college began outfitting its students with laptops as part of its SHU Mobile program. Fast forward 14 years and Seton Hall is looking to deploy "the most advanced and integrated technology system in higher education." The first step of this plan took place in June when the college announced that it would be giving all incoming freshman Nokia Lumia 900 smartphones when they come in for orientation. Now we get word that it's going to do some students one better by giving them Samsung Series 7 Slate tablets running Windows 8 when they drop in the fall. Unlike the Lumia, only science and honors degree students will receive the tablets. Everyone else will get a Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook. Not bad. 

[via Engadget]