Dell Announces Latitude 13 Education Series Laptop Starting $539

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Dell today announced the new Latitude 13 Education Series laptop targeted towards school students. It comes with variety of spec configurations starting from Intel Celeron processor, touch and non-touch display options and more. It features rubberized LCD and base trim for superior drop protection and Gorilla Glass on touch screens. The Latitude 13 Education Series starts at $539 USD. Non-touch models  are available in red and blue. Touch and non-touch models are available  in black.

Purpose-built to meet the needs of any student computing program, the  Latitude 13 Education Series is well-equipped to deliver a rich learning  experience, online or off. With powerful processors, a large 13.3-inch  display and a full-size keyboard, it’s ideal for content consumption and  creation, durable enough to withstand bumps, drops and spills and:

  • allows learning to happen in a variety of settings
  • is subject to military-standard testing
  • features rubberized LCD and base trim for superior drop protection
  • boasts an exclusive fully-sealed keyboard and touchpad for the  industry’s best spill protection
  • has superb scratch resistance with Corning® Gorilla® Glass NBT™ on  touchscreens
  • opens 180 degrees to reduce hinge stress when carried by students in  unconventional ways
  • “tattles” on students with a network activity light that illuminates  when students connect to the WLAN

With best-in-class endpoint security solutions that include  comprehensive encryption, advanced authentication and leading-edge  malware protection from a single source, Dell offers the world’s most  secure commercial laptops. The Latitude 13 Education Series offers Dell  Data Protection solutions, as well as Dell KACE and integration with  Microsoft System Center.

Find more information at Dell.com.

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  • Sean C Kerr

    Last years model was junk hopefully they have made a bunch of fixes.

  • Adrian

    Engadget say’s it starts at $399

  • grs_dev

    And this is why Android products will continue to replace Windows ones in markets where price is all that matters