It’s official: Microsoft is launching the Surface Laptop SE this fall. The low-cost laptop will compete with Chrome OS devices. Students are the primary target audience for Microsoft’s Surface Laptop SE, which runs Windows 11 SE. As a result, the Surface Laptop SE will only be available to schools and students.
An 11.6-inch TFT LCD display with 1366 x 768 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio is found in the Microsoft Surface Laptop SE. The Intel Celeron N4020 or N4120 CPU powers it.
4 GB / 8 GB of RAM and 64 GB / 128 GB of eMMC storage options are included in the notebook. For video calls, it has an HD camera with a resolution of 1 megapixel.
The Surface Laptop SE has a USB-A port, a USB-C port, a DC port, and a 3.5mm audio jack for connecting external devices. Among its other features are dual speakers and a battery life of 16 hours. The notebook is 1.11 kg.
For schools, Microsoft will sell extra parts for the Surface Laptop SE. For the first time, schools will be able to replace components on-site rather than shipping them to a repair facility.
Pricing and availability:
By early 2022, the Surface Laptop SE will be available in markets such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan. The 4GB + 64GB base model will cost $249, but the 8GB + 128GB option will cost $329. Laptops powered by Windows 11 SE will be released by brands such as Acer, Dell, HP/Lenovo, Fujitsu, Positivo, and JK-IP.