You'll see some new technology on display during your next visit to a Brooklyn Public Library.
Assembly members secured $3 million in funding for new electronics, including laptops, televisions, robotics, and video game consoles.
They'll be available at every branch in the borough.
Organizers say it will help thousands of patrons get access to technology.
"The kind of things that are necessary for the people of Brooklyn, especially the underserved communities that don't access to implement things like this," said Assemblyman Joe Lentol. "There will be a suite of technology in every branch regardless of location, that will help us bridge the digital divide, that will give students, parents, grandparents, and newborns access to technology in a way that will improve their lives."
It's part of a larger initiative by the library to expand science, technology, engineering and mathematics programming for patrons.