Dell Introduces Latitude 110L notebook

    March 9, 2005

Dell today introduced the Latitude 110L notebook computer, designed for customers who need essential mobile productivity in a reliable, managed business notebook.

Starting at $899, the Latitude 110L is a cost-effective foundation for the Intelligent Classroom, an interactive educational environment that combines multi-media tools, personal computing and the Internet. The Latitude 110L is also an affordable mobile solution for small and medium businesses that need to balance budget concerns against the increased productivity and flexibility benefits of notebooks.

“Reliability, durability and a light-weight design are all critical in a notebook, particularly when it’s being used for middle school and high school students,” said Arnie Glassberg, superintendent of California’s San Lorenzo Unified School District, which has established one of the nation’s most comprehensive student computing programs. “Dell’s design and affordability help us put technology in our students’ hands so they can learn the 21st Century skills they need to be successful.”

The Latitude 110L has a new durable, black-case design and a starting weight of 6.3 pounds. It is powered by Intel mobile processors to deliver uncompromised performance with low power consumption. Customers can chose from Intel Celeron M or Pentium M processors, 14.1- or 15-inch displays, 30GB to 60GB hard drives and a variety of fixed optical drives. Optional integrated wireless capability is available for $29 (802.11b/g) or $49 (802.11a/b/g). A USB port replicator is available for $49 for use as a business desktop.

Dell supports the Latitude 110L with a portfolio of product lifecycle services including wireless and security solutions. Smaller Information Technology staffs can focus on internal strategic initiatives while Dell’s award-winning service and support can provide accidental damage service, custom software integration, on-site break-fix service, advanced technical support, theft prevention security and asset management.

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