Lenovo introduces new Windows 11 laptops, Chromebooks for education
Lenovo has unveiled new education-focused hardware, software, and services at the FETC conference in New Orleans. Their portfolio includes laptops with Windows 11 or ChromeOS, designed to support hybrid learning. These laptops feature improved connectivity and durability, and are backed by Lenovo’s DuraSpec testing.
The laptops, along with Lenovo’s TruScale Device as a Service, aim to provide a consistent supply of quality devices and cost efficiency for educational institutions. Recently, Lenovo has introduced the Legion Pro 7 series, ThinkBook Plus Twist and more.
The new Windows 11 laptops and the new Chromebooks will be available starting Q1, 2023, with pricing to be announced later.
Speaking at the launch, Stuart King, Global Head of Education Segment, Lenovo Intelligent Devices Group, said”Education is the foundation for a better future. At the heart of our education solutions are Lenovo devices designed specifically for students, faculty, staff and administrators, and built to withstand the rigors of daily use and safeguard the learning experience”.
Leave a Reply