Today we shared details on Dell’s new Latitude 3330—an affordable, manageable and secure solution that offers schools and small businesses both performance and mobility in a sleek package.
It’s a product built to handle interactive learning needs for students or to tackle business productivity for small business users, while providing business-class control.
The Latitude 3330 fits easily on students’ desks and offers great mobility and design with:
- Anodized aluminum LCD back offers clean look with a robust feel
- Thin (21 mm) and light (3.43lbs / 1.55kg) design for mobility from classroom to classroom or home and back
- Swappable battery options and 10 hours of battery life for all day productivity and great mobility
- Respects our planet: ENERGY STAR 5.2 compliant and EPEAT registered
Building upon the success of the Latitude 2120 netbook and offering performance without compromise, the Latitude 3330 delivers go anywhere productivity at great value and is equipped for collaboration with:
- Intel Core i3, i5 and Celeron processors for getting classwork done.
- 13.3" HD (1366×768) Anti-Glare LCD for comfortable visualization of tests and data
- Integrated microphone and HD Webcam
- Performance SSHD for large storage capacity and ultrafast boot time
- Wireless LAN and mobile broadband options for virtually anywhere connectivity
- VGA, full size HDMI, two USB3.0 ports and optional USB docking
With a targeted 15-month stable lifecycle, the Latitude 3330 represents a smart choice for an easy to manage environment and effective control:
- Manageable in-band with wake-on-LAN
- Customer serviceable battery, memory and hard drive
- Dell Data Protection for strong authentication Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux Ubuntu support
- Dell Latitude stability and 15 month long-lifecycle
Also launching this month are the Dell Mobile Computing Carts – Managed and Unmanaged, which contain flexible features designed to provide the mobility needed to share devices between classrooms and shelving designed to accommodate a variety of form factors and screen sizes.
The Latitude 3330 is available in late April and starts at $419. The Dell Mobile Computing carts are available later this month starting at $2,799.99 for the managed configuration and $1,899.99 for the un-managed configuration.