Dell is launching a budget-friendly notebook, Latitude 3330, aimed at schools in Singapore on 30 April this year.
Starting at US$ 419, the lightweight notebook is an affordable choice for students desiring a full laptop packed with robust computing features.
Kirk Schell, vice president of Dell said the new laptop is in line with their vision of delivering cost-effective and tailored solutions to empower end-users.
"The Latitude 3330 delivers exceptional value and extends Dell Latitude's superior manageability, security and reliability to a thin, light laptop with agile performance, mobility and a full, robust computing experience that is ideal for schools and small businesses," he said.
The sleek notebook features a 13.3 inch anti-glare display, an Intel Core i5, 2GB RAM,128GB SSD, a 4GB memory and a daylong battery life.
Students can choose between Windows 8 or 7, as well as Linux Ubuntu to leverage common learning applications and software to customize their learning experience.
To facilitate interactive learning in a virtual classroom, the new laptop comes with an HD 720 webcam and WiDi support for wireless transmission of presentations to the HDTV.
In addition, the new laptop has a range of ports like VGA, HDMI, USB3.0 and optional USB docking to ensure an effortless connection between the desktop and classroom's infrastructure.
Dell is also drumming up its mobile security management through the introduction of a Dell Mobile Computing Cart solution for secure storage, charging and transport for easy mobility.
This managed cart option is ideal for managing a fleet of systems between multiple campus locations.
The Dell Mobile Computing cart is retailing at US $1899.99 for the unmanaged configuration and US$ 2799.99 for the managed configuration.
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