After launching the high-end precision series M3800 workstation, Dell has today unveiled its 4 latest computing devices that include 2 laptops, the Chromebook 11 and latitude 11 and 2 tablets, Venue 10 and Venue 10 pro. These 4 devices are a part of Dell’s education solution for students and teaching staff. They are priced within a budget range.
According to Dell, each new device it has introduced today features a specially designed rubber trim. As we all know, the rubber can not only erase words written on a paper, it can function as a good shock absorber too. Thus, the trim offers good protection to the internal hardware of each device using it. Dell claims that the latitude 11, Chromebook 11 laptops and Venue 10 tablets were tested under MIL-STD 810G US standards before they were officially launched.
Talking about the features, the Dell Latitude 11 and Chromebook 11 feature a strong 180 degrees hinge. This hinge allows you to adjust the screen position beyond 90 degrees.
The laptops feature Intel Celeron series Bay Trail N2840 dual core processor. Dell Chromebook 11 has 2GB of RAM. It comes with 11.6 inches anti-glare display with a good 1366 x 768 pixels resolution. It has an ordinary 16GB of flash storage.
This device has 600 hours of battery life. It offers 2 x 2 Ethernet cards. It is fitted with spill resistant touchpad and keyboard. Its system memory can be upgraded up to 4GB. It is priced at 240 dollars (around 15000).
Dell Latitude 11 is a 300 dollar (18000 Rs) laptop with 4GB RAM. It will retail in 2 versions with or without the touchscreen. Each variant of latitude 11 comes with Windows 7 or 8.1 operating system, gorilla glass protection, data protection, security software and a large keyboard.
Just like the Chromebook 11, keyboard of this laptop can remain undamaged when you accidentally spill water or any other liquid on it. Both the above laptops will be available for purchase before 1st week of March 2015.