This news comes only weeks after Microsoft released its new Windows 11 operating system and introduced new Surface products. The business is expected to make announcements about OS improvements and hardware, according to rumors.
Microsoft is preparing to conduct a new educational event on November 9, which is just around the corner. While Microsoft has not said much about the event, the most recent announcement hints that the company will release educational-related Windows improvements.
“Join us as we share an inside peek at the latest tech solutions while looking at the learning gaps left by the epidemic.” Hear from Microsoft partners, school leaders, and a few special guests, as well as Microsoft Education’s new and existing technology,” the company stated.
Surface Laptop SE is expected to be released by Microsoft.
It’s possible that a low-cost Surface Laptop SE will be released. According to their sources, according to a story made by Windows Central, Microsoft has built an economical “no-frills laptop” for “student-use in a classroom context.”
The forthcoming Surface laptop is said to have an 11.6-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. It could be powered by Intel’s Celeron N4120 processor, with up to 8GB of RAM. A single USB-A port, a headphone jack, and a USB-C port are believed to be included in the gadget.
According to the referenced source, it will most likely include a full-sized keyboard and track pad. According to reports, the Surface Laptop SE is made of plastic. According to rumors, the new laptop could cost less than $400.
The Microsoft may also show off a new, lighter version of Windows 11, which will apparently be targeted towards the school market. According to sources, the new version will be dubbed “Windows 11 SE.”