Microsoft to launch an economical laptop targeting students
According to a report by Windows Central, Microsoft is working on a low-priced laptop aiming students as its target market. The laptop has a RAM of 8 GB, with 11.6 inch display and 1366 x 768 pixels resolution. The new student-centered laptop is named, Tenjin.
The company is trying to keep its cost as low as possible so as to make it more accessible to students, since they cannot afford costly gadgets.
The laptop consists of a full keyboard, USB-A and C ports, with headphone and charging jacks.
Apart from having a plastic exterior, Tenjin is reported to have been powered by an Intel Celeron N4120 processor.
The rumored Tenjin laptop is reported to launch with the name “Laptop SE”, while SE is short for Students Edition. It will hit the markets by the end of the year within the price level of $400 or below.
The information collected about the laptop is completely based on the report. The company on the other hand, hasn’t even hinted about the upcoming addition to its product portfolio.
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