Introducing Windows 11 SE and devices to support K-8 classrooms

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Microsoft introduced on Tuesday Windows 11 SE, built specifically to support the K-8 classroom, and announced an ecosystem of Windows 11 SE devices. The devices include the new Surface Laptop SE, custom built for students and starting at $249, as well as devices coming from Acer, ASUS, Dell, Dynabook, Fujitsu, HP, JP-IK, Lenovo and Positivo, powered by Intel and AMD. “We have heard from educators that they need options that are simpler, secure and work on more affordable devices,” says Paige Johnson, vice president of Education Marketing, in a blog post. “This expanded portfolio complements our current Windows 11 devices for learning, providing even more choices for schools to have the tools, insights and controls they need to deliver optimal learning experiences, at a price that broadens access to Microsoft performance, security and reliability.” Microsoft expects the majority of devices to be available for ordering through education channels later this year and into 2022, aligned with the education buying season. To find out more and see the video, head over to the Microsoft Education Blog.

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