Dell announces new Latitude 11 convertible and Latitude 13 laptop for students

Dell today announced new Latitude 13, Latitude 11 and Latitude 11 360-degree convertible notebooks built for K-12 students.

The new Latitude 11 Convertible offers 360-degree flexibility with clamshell, tablet and tent modes. Corning Concore Glass and Gorilla Glass NBT add durability and scratch resistance to the touch-enabled display. The Latitude 11 Convertible is available with 7th Gen Intel Celeron and Pentium processors. While in tablet mode, it has a rear facing camera available for creating videos on the go. It also offers the optional Dell Productivity Active Pen for writing needs of the students.

The new Latitude 11 laptop comes with an all new design that reduces the overall size and feature an ergonomically designed keyboard for natural, comfortable student use and all-day battery life. The fully sealed keyboards and click pads provide protection against spills and the “secure” keys are 50 percent more tamper resistant than in previous generation products. The Latitude 11 is available with 7th Gen Intel Celeron and Pentium processors.

The new Latitude 13 13-inch notebooks come with increased performance and reduced size and they deliver all-day battery life, an improvement over previous generation products. Optional E-Rate mobile broadband allows educational institutions to support connected learning wherever Wi-Fi isn’t available. The Latitude 13 is available with 6th and 7th Gen Intel Celeron, Pentium, and up to Core i5 processors.

Pricing and Availability

  • The Latitude 11 Convertible (3189) will be available beginning Feb. 7, 2017, on Dell.com in the U.S. The Latitude 11 Convertible will be priced starting at $579.
  • The Latitude 11 (3180) will be available beginning Feb. 7, 2017, on Dell.com in the U.S. The Latitude 11 will be priced starting at $349.
  • The Latitude 13 (3380) will be available beginning Feb. 7, 2017, on Dell.com in the U.S. The Latitude 13 will be priced starting at $519.

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