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Microsoft cuts Windows 10 license rates for low-end notebooks

Posted on Friday, January 13 2017 @ 12:04:08 CET by

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Sources in the Taiwanese supply chain told DigiTimes that laptop makers closed a deal with Microsoft to lower the Windows 10 license rates for low-cost laptops. The new license rates will go into effect on March 1 and should help to fend off competition from Chromebooks, especially in the educational segment.
2017 licensing rates will come into effect on March 1, the sources said. As usual, charges vary with notebook screen size, emerging markets and markets in developed countries, high-end, mid-range and entry-level models, and type of notebook such as 2-in-1 hybrid or conventional clamshell, the sources indicated.



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