Windows PCs push back against Chromebooks in schools with Always Connected PCs

According to FutureSource, Chromebooks captured 35 percent of the worldwide education PC market in 2018, and 60 percent in the U.S. with Windows capturing 40 percent of total shipments.

“Microsoft hopes to increase that share … Microsoft said that the new Qualcomm laptops—the $299 JP.IK Turn T101 and the $575 Wise N1212S —will connect underserved classrooms in rural areas. T-Mobile has agreed to provide SIMs and LTE service to some of those U.S.-based classrooms, to provide data connections where wired broadband may not be available.”

Read more about it at PC World.