Buying a new computer for your student? Check out 3 things to look for

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Female student with a laptop computer

With today’s exploding growth of virtual classes and hybrid learning models, it’s more vital than ever to equip your student with a laptop that has the power, adaptability and longevity for the “new normal.”

The Windows Home and Family Resources Blog has a new post recommending a Windows 10 PC powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core processor. Whether your budget is $300 or $1,300, the post gives you advice on how to choose a machine with ample speed and power, as well as the screen size and battery life to help your student learn efficiently and reliably.

Plus, Windows 10 PCs deliver compatibility and built-in accessibility features that over 1 billion users enjoy worldwide and are in wide use throughout Fortune 500 companies and beyond.

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