November 29, 2021


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Microsoft launched a laptop for 2,200 kroner with the new Windows 11 SE

Microsoft launched a laptop for 2,200 kroner with the new Windows 11 SE

Microsoft is once again trying to challenge hardware in the school market with a new operating system. They’ve also introduced a new cheap computer for students: the Surface Laptop SE. There is no information on whether Microsoft Norway is planning a similar initiative in Norway.

Microsoft has brought in many partners to use Chrome OS

Acer, Asus, Dell, Dynabook, Fujitsu, HP, JK-IP, Lenovo and Positivo are all members of the team and will sell cheap machines to schools.

You probably remember S mode in Windows 10 that locked devices so they could only be downloaded from the Windows Store. This was an annoyance more than anything, so the strategy now is to let people install whatever they want, but it will happen via an admin system managed by the IT team. Office 365 comes pre-installed.

Windows 11 SE also supports third-party apps like Zoom and Chrome because we want to give schools the freedom to use what works best for them.

Paige Johnson, Microsoft

Changes have also been made to make Windows 11 more focused: for example, apps always start in full screen mode and cannot “snap” as advanced as in Windows 11. OneDrive storage is also enabled by default.

Alternatively, you can put apps side by side:

The Surface Laptop SE is pretty cheap, but it also has Intel Celeron and eMMC storage.
Screen size 11.6 inch
Teacher portal.

This is Surface Lapop SE

Microsoft drives $249 for the cheap laptop with:

  • Intel Celeron
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC Delayed
  • 11.6 inch screen (1366 x 768)
  • 1 x USB A
  • 1 x USB C
  • 3.5 mm audio

check it out:

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