Microsoft has just announced Windows 11 SE with the Surface Laptop SE. The new system is dedicated to students and is also present on the Dynabook E10-S, the second device in the world to be launched with the new OS that is simplified for use by elementary school children.
“We have more than thirty years of experience in the education sector and are proud that Microsoft has recognized the Dynabook E10-S as a launch device for Windows 11 SE, further underlining the strong education credentials of this unique laptop and throughout our product portfolio. The Dynabook E10-S has been carefully engineered with the challenges of today’s classroom in mind, so that teachers and students alike know they can rely on it to support successful, uninterrupted learning. Like our other Education focused devices, the Dynabook E10-S is also available with Windows 11 Pro Education preloaded – so our education customers can choose a device that best fits their device management strategy.”
James Robbins, General Manager, Dynabook Americas, Inc.
Dynabook E10-S Specifications
The new Dynabook E10-S is coming with a proposal to be affordable. As such, its specs include an Intel Celeron N4020 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD, which puts it at an advantage alongside the Surface Laptop SE, which uses eMMC storage.
The screen of the Dynabook E10-S has an HD resolution (1366 x 768 pixels) of 11.6 inches. The webcam follows the same resolution for video calls, which is relatively common on notebooks. Dual speakers and microphones ensure noise suppression and a basic sound set.
The notebook’s design is resistant to water and drops from up to 75cm high, in addition to having a sealed keyboard, thus preventing damage from spilling liquids on the laptop. The lappy weighs 1.13 kg and is 19.9mm thick.
Speaking of connectivity the notebook has WiFi, Ethernet input, P2 input, SD card reader, two USB-A ports, a USB-C port with support for data, power, and external screens.