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Dell announces new Chromebooks and Windows 10-based Latitude notebooks aimed at students

Yesterday, Dell announced two Touch Monitors primarily aimed at the education and business sectors, and now the company has unveiled a total of six new portable devices across the Chromebook and Latitude lineups, which will be available starting next month.

The new Chromebooks include the Chromebook 11, Chromebook 11 Convertible and the Chromebook 13, priced from $219 onwards, while their parallels in the Windows 10-powered Latitude series are the Latitude 11, Latitude 11 Convertible and the Latitude 13, priced from $349 onwards.

There seem to be a handful of changes between the Chromebooks and the Latitudes, apart from the operating system. The Latitude 11 and Latitude 11 Convertible will be available with 6th and 7th Generation Celeron and Pentium processors, while its Chromebook counterparts will only have the 6th Generation Celeron processor option.

The Latitude 13 laptop will be available with 6th and 7th Generation Celeron, Pentium, Core i3 or i5 processor options, while the Chromebook 13 can be availed with 6th Generation Celeron or Core i3 processors.

Dell hasn't revealed all the specifications of the newly announced devices, but we should be able to know more on their website once sales begin on the 7th of February.

Source and image: Dell

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