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Microsoft feel generous, will be giving away 10,000 Surface RT slates to ITSE attendees

Microsoft to give 10,000 ITSE attendees a Surface RT tablet each

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jun 14, 2013 3:30 pm

Gotta have some good marketing after getting beaten with sticks at E3, right? Well, Microsoft have announced with the International Society for Technology in Education (ITSE) that they will be giving 10,000 ITSE conference attendees a Surface RT tablet.


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Brian Lewis, CEO of ISTE said in a statement:


Access to meaningful technology for all learners is at the core of ISTE's mission, so there's tremendous synergy between our goals and Microsoft's generous investment in our 2013 conference attendees. This bold move is illustrative of Microsoft's commitment to the effective use of technology in education. It'll be fantastic to watch attendees take their conference learning experience to the next level through the power of their new Surfaces and to hear about the ways they use them with their students.


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