Dell Latitude 2100 Targets Education Sector

Dell also jumps into the education netbook fray with their latest device – the Latitude 2100. This model was built after being influenced by the needs of K-12 students, and does not have to remain confined within the classroom since it can also be used by any business or public institution that needs affordable, durable, Internet-ready devices for email and collaboration. Just to capture the attention of students, the Latitude 2100 will come in bright primary colors, featuring a rubberized design that makes it easier harder to slip out of sweaty palms. Features are rudimentary but enough to help teachers and students get along better in the classroom, featuring Wi-fi connectivity, a 10.1″ display, a Network Activity Light for easy network monitoring by teachers, all powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor. Depending on your organization’s budget, you can choose form Windows XP Home, Vista Home Basic and Linux Ubuntu operating systems. [Press Release]

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