Is Dell Preparing a New Netbook Called Latitude 2100?
Gizmodo is running what could be photos of Dell’s new netbook, rumored to be called Latitude 2100 Welch. Although the photos seem somewhat blurry and all, still the four netbooks shown looks to be authentic photos of Dell machines.
Anyway aside from those images, some information about this Dell Latitude 2100 points to the fact those netbooks will be marketed for the education market. What with branding such as “school bus orange” for the orange colored units. While the other units are called Red Apple, Blue Ribbon, and the Black unit. Interetingly the Gizmodo tipster says that these Dell netbooks will likely cost around $600. Well, if it will be marketed for the education market, that price tag seems pretty stiff.
Anyway, other information about the Dell Latitude 2100 Welch include a 10-inch screen, Intel Atom N280 CPU, 2GB RAM, optional SSD, USB ports, SD/MMC slot, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and either a 3-cell or 6-cell battery. A touchscreen option might also come in handy.
The Dell Latitude 2100 Welch might be released sometime in May. In time for the opening of the new school year in the U.S.