Today at BETT, Microsoft made a range of announcements around the educational market. Of course, that includes a bunch of new partner PCs. Interestingly, there are two new PCs using the Snapdragon 7c, a new chipset that Qualcomm announced in December.
The first PCs to use the new chipset are the JP.IK Turn T101 and the Positivo Wise N1212S, which start at $299 and $575, respectively. While Microsoft and Qualcomm are promising double the battery life of traditional Intel-based PCs, another major value proposition to these devices is 4G LTE connectivity.