Loan devices

What is available?

  • iPads
  • Telecom T-sticks for mobile broadband
  • Mobile wifi router
  • UK only mobile wifi router

How can I borrow one?
Email or phone the IT Service Desk, and state the equipment you want and when you want it; start and finish time.
Email: ithelp@lincoln.ac.nz
Phone: +64 3 423 0100 
Ext (on campus): 30100

iPad
A tablet computer designed, developed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPad runs on iOS, the same operating system used on the Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone. 

Larger than a mobile phone, it is a flat touch screen primarily operated by touching the screen rather than using a physical keyboard. It provides and on-screen virtual keyboard.

Telecom T-stick
Broadband internet access for your laptop/netbook, when you're on the move. Just plug it into a USB port in your laptop/netbook, and you are connected to the internet over Telecoms mobile phone network, you don't need to be tied to a desk – or even indoors.

Data usage charges apply.

Mobile wifi router (Mifi)
Creates an instant wireless hotspot which can be shared by up to six users at a time.

Like the Telecom t-stick, it connects to the internet over Telecoms mobile phone network.

The connection can be shared across multiple devices like smart phones, netbooks, laptops and other computers.

For more information, see how to use the mobile wifi router 

Data usage charges apply.

 

UK only mobile wifi router (Mifi)
Ideal for business trips to the UK.

Creates an instant wireless hotspot which can be shared by up to five users at a time.

It connects to the internet over the UK's 'Three' mobile phone network.

A 'Three' data voucher will need to be purchased in the UK to use it.
The connection can be shared across multiple devices like smart phones, netbooks, laptops and other computers.

For more information, see how to use the UK only mobile wifi router