Dell has this week announced the launch of its new Dell Chromebook 11 and its Latitude 11 Education Series system which has been designed for students and will be available to purchase with and without an optional touchscreen.
The Dell Latitude 11 takes the form of a Microsoft Windows 8.1 system equipped with an Intel Celeron N2840 dual-core proccessor, that is supported by up to 4GB of RAM together with 16GB of internal storage.
The student targeted Latitude 11 Education Series will be available to purchase from March 3rd, 2015 without a touchscreen and from late in June 2015 with a touchscreen display. Sam Burd, vice president and general manager, Dell Personal Computing Product Group explains more:
“The classroom is changing quickly, and innovative technology is a major way for students to enjoy a collaborative educational experience,”-“Education devices need to be really robust to make it through a school district’s life cycle. They also need to be powerful and flexible enough to suit individual learning needs, and make collaborating within the classroom simple. Our latest education solutions give students, teachers and IT managers the tools they need to provide an engaging learning experience.”
The new version of the Chromebook 11 is now equipped with a low-power Intel Bay Trail processor rather than the more powerful Haswell processors and is available to purchase from today directly from the Dell website priced at $250. For more information on the new Chromebook 11 jump over to the Dell website for details via the link below.
Source: DellFiled Under: Hardware, Laptops, Top News