Dell is gearing for more school work
Dell has been very eager to get back its glory days. This year, they are having a good deal of new updates on their products. Among the most important market for dell is in education. They found a good deal for this market and they simply wanted to improve their product to serve their consumers even better.
Recently they introduced some of their updated products that cover a lot more when it comes to OS support. To say the least, it covers the major OS people used today. With Chrome, Android and Windows system covered, this year should go well for Dell as a brand.
Dell’s Chromebook 11 features an 11.6-inch, 1,366 x 768 screen with anti-glare feature. It even has an option for a touchscreen. Dell says it will run for 10 hours on a single charge. Powered by Intel Celeron processor with either 2 or 4 GB RAM, this should be more than enough for average classroom applications.
Next is the Latitude 11 Education Series. It boasts an 11.6-inch screen with Windows 8 for its OS. It is as well available in both touch and non-touch configurations. Although the detailed specs for this notebook is yet to be released, it’s a sure thing that it will feature sealed full-sized keyboard and trackpad to protect against possibility of spills. This is a good addition for those who are always in a hurry like most students are.
Finally, Dell is launching two new tablets. One is based on Android 5.0 Venue 10 and the other is Windows 8-based Venue 10 Pro. Both models will give users choices whether they wanted HD or Full HD displays. The tabs can be purchased with attachable and reversible keyboards which will allow them to be used in various modes: it can be either be a laptop, a tablet or a tent.