Dell today revealed three new laptops aimed at students and those in the classroom. The laptops are available in both Chrome OS and Windows 10, and are all part of Dell’s plans to help teachers leverage the latest technology to improve learning opportunities for K-12 students worldwide.
Topping the list of new devices is the Latitude 11 Convertible with Dell Productivity Active Pen and Chromebook 11 Convertible. The Latitude 11 Convertible is powered by the 7th Gen Intel Celeron and Pentium processors, while the Chromebook 11 Convertible is available with 6th Gen Intel Celeron processors. The Windows version of these devices features a “world-facing” camera for creating videos on the go and other creative possibilities. Additionally, the Windows-version also offers the optional Dell Productivity Active Pen so students can improve their understanding of conceptual applications by writing notes and making diagrams with natural pen-to-paper writing motion.
Next up is the Latitude 11 and Chromebook 11. Similar to the Convertible, counterparts, The Windows version of these devices are also powered by the 7th Gen Intel Celeron and Pentium processors, while the Chromebook 11 is available with 6th Gen Intel Celeron processors. Both versions have an all new design that reduces the overall size so they’re easy to move from desk to table for group assignments. They feature an ergonomically designed keyboard for natural, comfortable student use and all-day battery life.
Last up is the Latitude 13 and Chromebook 13. As has been the theme, this device also offers 6th- and 7th-generation Intel Celeron, Pentium and up to Core i5 processors. These devices also pack powerful processing performance, faster memory, and optional support for Optional E-Rate mobile broadband.
All of these devices will be available starting February 7th. Pricing on the Windows Latitude 11 Convertible start at $579, Windows Latitude 11 at $349, and Windows Latitude 13 at $519. The Chromebook versions are $349, $219, and $299, respectively.