Microsoft to giveaway free Surface tablets to all registered ISTE 2013 attendees

If anyone of you is planning to participate in the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) conference, scheduled on 23rd June 2013 there’s good news. You stand a chance of being awarded with a Microsoft surface Tablet. That’s because the software giant has just announced it would be giving away Surface tablets to the first 10,000 registered attendees as part of the Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project.

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The Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project aims to provide an opportunity for educators to experience how a Windows 8 touch device makes learning a quick and fairly simple process. It seems Microsoft is working its tails off to make inroads into education.

 Educators using Surface RT have the best of both worlds: the wonderful experience of a tablet combined with a no-compromise experience of a full-functioning laptop that includes Office and allows for creation and collaboration, and not just consumption,” said Margo Day, Vice President, U.S. Education, Microsoft. “Educators already using Windows 8 tell us they are able to get grading and planning done more quickly because they can multi-task and they can imagine new and personalized learning experiences for their students.”

Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project

Here’s the terms and conditions applicable

To participate in the Windows in the Classroom Surface Experience Project, registered ISTE 2013 attendees may go to WICExperience.itnint.com to learn more on how to qualify. Educators must have a school official and/or ethics officer sign a gift acknowledgement letter provided by Microsoft and bring it to the ISTE conference in order to receive a free Surface RT device for their school. Offer is not valid for exhibitors or Vendors of ISTE

The ISTE Expo will include more than 500 exhibits from ed-tech companies around the globe. Offer ends June 25, 2013.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in technology and has an immense interest in following Microsoft and other technology developments around the world. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player.