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Dell introduces 10-inch netbook for education
Press release, May 19; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 20 May 2009]

Dell has launched its new Latitude 2100 netbook which has been tailored to suit the needs of the education sector.

The 2100 features a rugged design and integrates wireless connectivity that can be monitored by educators with a network activity light.

The 2100 also features an optional touchscreen to enhance student's interaction and assessment, and for special education teaching.

The netbook includes an Intel Atom N270 processor, 3-cell battery, Gigabit Ethernet, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

The system is already available in five colors, and starts at US$369.

Dell Latitude 2100 netbook

Dell Latitude 2100 netbook
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