Well at least if you live in the French département of Corrèze.
That's because its conseil général (or general council) has taken the decision to provide the département's 2,500 sixth grade schoolchildren (11 to 12-year-olds) and their 800 teachers with the very latest Apple technology - the iPad.
Snapshot from Apple iPad videoNow if you're having trouble locating the Corrèze, don't worry. It's described as being in "south central France" and it's one of the smaller départements, in terms of population.
The largest, and best-known city is Brive-la-Gaillarde, although the capital (if you will) is the smaller town of Tulle.
For the Brits amongst you, Corrèze is bordered to the southwest by the département of Dordogne.
Anyway, back to those 3,300 iPads. They'll be equipped with educational software and, said the spokesman for the council, Jacques Spindler, the total cost of the operation which will take until the end of December, will be €1.5 million.
"According to Apple, it's a first both in France and Europe," he told Agence France Presse.
Corrèze is no stranger to investing in technology for its schoolchildren.
In 2008 it issued fifth graders (12 to 13-year-olds) and their teachers with laptops with the aim that at the end of three-years they would become the owners.
"At the end of this academic year we'll assess whether to this experiment (with the iPad) has been successful and whether it'll be extended," said Spindler.