May 12, 2010 at 11:54 am
Dell has announced the Latitude 2110 netbook as expected. The refresh over the 2100 comes in the form of the newer Pine Trail Atom processors with Dell targeting the device to not only the education market, but also business customers too.
Given that different segments have different needs, the netbook has not been designed with a one-size-fits-all mentality. The 10-inch model comes with either 1024 x 600 or 1366 x768 resolution options. As before the 2110 has a -resistant keyboard and anti-microbial rubber coating.
There are options for touchscreens, webcam, Broadcom Crystal HD media card as well as embedded mobile broadband and SSD storage up to 64GB. You can also choose from a number of operating systems including Windows and Linux.
The Latitude 2110 is also available in Red, Black, and Blue and is on sale now. The least expensive model ships with Linux and can be had for $389. $419 gets buyers Windows XP on the same hardware, with a $489 pre-configured model offering an integrated 2.0MP camera along with a touchscreen LCD display.