A cheap Surface computer could help Microsoft win back the education market from Google

Get the Full StoryMicrosoft s Surface computers are the pinnacle of the PC world, but with the cheapest Surface Pro starting at 800 sans keyboard or pencil, I should add , they really are bloody expensive. That might soon change, as rumors suggest Redmond is working on a cheaper Surface laptop, which will allow it to compete in the mid-to-low end of the computer market. Crucially, it could help it regain its footings in the education space. The first rumblings came about a month ago, when Bloomberg reporters Mark Gurman and Dina Bass reported that Microsoft was working on a low-cost tablet line, due to… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google,Microsoft