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Lenovo 300e

1. Volume control
2. Power button
3. USB-A (Connect to mouse, printer, etc.)
4. MicroSD card reader
5. Power in USB-C (Connect to charger)
6. USB-A
7. HDMI (Connect to external display)
8. Headphone/Microphone jack


  1. Convertible Design: The Lenovo 300e often features a 2-in-1 convertible design, allowing users to switch between laptop and tablet modes. This flexibility is particularly useful for interactive and collaborative learning environments.
  2. Touchscreen Display: Many models in the Lenovo 300e series come equipped with a touchscreen display, enhancing the user experience and enabling interactive educational activities.
  3. Stylus Support: Some versions of the Lenovo 300e may support stylus input, providing a more versatile and precise way for students and educators to interact with the device.
  4. Rugged Design: Built to withstand the rigors of the educational environment, Lenovo 300e laptops often have a rugged design with reinforced hinges and spill-resistant keyboards to endure daily wear and tear.
  5. Education-Focused Software: Lenovo often collaborates with educational software providers to include applications and tools that support learning and classroom activities.
  6. Long Battery Life: The Lenovo 300e is designed to offer a long battery life to ensure that students can use the device throughout the school day without needing frequent recharging.
  7. Robust Connectivity: It typically comes with a variety of ports for connecting peripherals, USB devices, and external displays to support diverse learning needs.
  8. Powerful Processing: Depending on the model, the Lenovo 300e may be equipped with processors suitable for educational tasks, ensuring smooth performance during class activities and assignments.
  9. Wireless Connectivity: Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities allow for easy connectivity to the internet and other devices, facilitating online learning and collaborative projects.


  1. Microsoft Office
    • Word
    • PowerPoint
    • Excel
    • Teams
  2. Minecraft for Education
  3. Google Chrome
  4. Content Filtering
    • The District utilizes technology protection measures to block or filter inappropriate content and extends these safeguards to district devices operating outside the network, ensuring protection for users and devices.

Retired Models

HP x360 G1 (Black trim)
HP x360 G3 (Grey trim)
Microsoft Surface Go

If your student(s) have any of the models listed above, please visit or call any one of our FLATS Centers to see if you would be eligible to exchange the retired model for a Lenovo 300e.

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