Purchasing a device for the MyTech program
These purchasing portals have been set up for parents to purchase a range of devices that
meet the minimum required specifications for MyTech. The College is providing this as a
service for parents to help ensure they can purchase suitable devices at a competitive price.
The products, software and services provided on these portals are not sold directly by
Wollondilly Anglican College, or the Anglican Schools Corporation. The College makes no
money from the sale of these products.
The devices purchased through these portals are from two different independent suppliers:
Learning with technologies (LWT) and ASI solutions. Both companies are established suppliers
of ICT hardware and software and supply both schools and government departments across
Australia. They have both provided IT services to the College and we have found them to be
reliable and competitively priced. The main difference between the two suppliers is that LWT
provides the option of getting extras such as accidental insurance or to buy with finance. If you
are interested in purchasing these extras please read the Combined Financial Services Guide
and Product Disclosure Statement carefully.
To purchase from either company, simply click on the relevant above link. For the LWT option
you simply select your device and any extras, enter your home delivery details and select your
payment method. To purchase from ASI you need to register, login and proceed to the
‘Notebooks’ section which can be accessed via a button at the top left hand corner of the ASI
home page. Then select your device and check out. Please note that the pricing and the
availability of the devices offered from these suppliers may vary at different times depending on
stock they have.
Please remember that once purchased, the management and care of the device is the
responsibility of parent/student. The College IT staff will provide technical support related to the
connection to the College wireless network and Internet. For any
hardware issues that arise, you will need to contact a computer Technical Support service or the
company where you bought the device.