Realme announced that its newest lineup of products, the Realme Book laptops, will be Windows 11 compatible. Other OEMs, including Dell, HP, Lenovo, Acer, and Asus have also promised customer support concerning Windows 11 compatibility.
Microsoft just unveiled the Windows 11 OS and stated the hardware requirements needed to support the same. The list is big and has led to customers having issues choosing which laptop to buy. This is why major OEM’s promised customer support regarding the matter. They have constantly been posting support pages and device lists to help customers find a Window 11 upgrade compatible device.
Realme made the most out of the situation. The company teased its upcoming Realme Book being ready for Windows 11. The teaser also had a note stating “upgrade to Windows 11 with Microsoft’s rollout”. This will play a huge role in making people looking for compatible laptops browsing support pages and device lists shift their sight to the Realme Book.
What are other OEMs doing?
Both Dell and Asus, have provided an extensive list of devices that have been tested with Windows 11. These include laptops from the former’s XPS and Alienware lines and the latter’s ROG and TUF lines. Lenovo on the other hand has offered a set of FAQs concerning Windows 11 compatibility.
Lenovo laptops including the Lenovo Yoga 9 and Lenovo ThinkPad T15 will be getting a free upgrade. HP is also listing basic FAQs. Its computers which are supposed to get an upgrade to Windows 11, include the HP Envy 15 and HP Omen 15.
There is a very useful listing of computers at the Microsoft Store. This includes computers from Samsung, MSI, LG, Acer, Microsoft, and other OEMs. If nothing works out, Microsoft has also created a PC Health Check application that scans any system to check its compatibility with Windows 11.