Latitude 2100 is here to woo the young crowdMay 19th, 2009 - 8:15 pm ICT by GD
Dell has finally tried something new in order to capture the young crowd with its brand new line of netbooks known as Latitude 2100. It is more popularly referred to as “Welch.” Dell is trying to attract a new target market in this ever evolving global market scenario. The new line of Latitude 2100 have been specially created in multiple hues to attract the younger generation.
The makers of Latitude 2100 are sure that this new line will be handy even for kids who are going to Kindergarten and also for the eighth graders. With the nickname, Dell is trying to cater to the education market in an aggressive manner. In fact, the spokesperson of Dell has mentioned that they view Latitude 2100 to be the “Swiss army knife of laptops.”
The make of Latitude 2100 is truly ideal for kids. Along with the variety of colors in which they come these machines also have a plastic strip at the spine of the netbook so that the owner of the netbook can inscribe his or her name. In addition to this, the netbook is rubberized. According to Dell the screen can also be cleaned using regular means and one can also opt for an antimicrobial keyboard to prevent the spread of germs.
There are certain limitations of this netbook since it cannot monitor the user’s internet activities efficiently but the makers are working on it and trying to make it better. The other drawback is the price, which is a bit too much when it is meant for kids after all. The price range begins from a “mere” $3900.
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