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New Laptop, Computing Cart Available

Dell today launched the Latitude 3330, a new laptop that is compatible with Dell’s existing solutions and services for education and which offers support for personalized learning opportunities in the classroom.
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Dell today launched the Latitude 3330, a new laptop that is compatible with Dell’s existing solutions and services for education and which offers support for personalized learning opportunities in the classroom.

The Latitude 3330, compact and portable, integrates into a school’s existing IT infrastructure and offers all-day battery life with a 6-cell battery. It supports Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, and Linux Ubuntu, has a 13.3-inch anti-glare screen, an HD 720 webcam, WiDi support for virtual classroom collaboration and VGA, HDMI, USB3.0 and optional USB docking.

The newest Dell Mobile Computing Cart solution, also announced today, is available in managed and unmanaged options and enables secure storage, charging and transport. It is designed to accommodate a variety of form factors and screen sizes, including Dell tablets, Ultrabooks, laptops and up to 30 Latitude 3330s. The managed cart option allows for remote management and IT updates.

Availability and Pricing

The Latitude 3330 is available in late April 2013 and starts at $419. The Dell Mobile Computing cart is also available in late April and starts at $1899.99 for the unmanaged configuration and $2799.99 for the managed configuration.

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