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New Dell Chromebook 11 for education is built to get beaten up on the playground

Gordon Mah Ung | Feb. 13, 2015
Chromebooks are the hot item in K-12 education, and Dell thinks its second-generation model announced Thursday morning will give it a leg up over the competition.

Two other education offerings from Dell include the Venue 10 and Venue 10 Pro tablets. The Venue 10 is an Android-based convertible tablet, while the Venue 10 Pro is Windows 8.1-based. Both run Intel Bay Trail M CPUs. 

Battery life across all four of the computers is rated at 10 hours of use.

The base model Chromebook 11 will be immediately available for $250. The base model Latitude 11 won't ship until March and starts at $299. The Venue 10 Pro tablet is the priciest of the set and starts at $330, or $380 with the keyboard. Last out the door will be the Android-based Venue 10 in the spring. Pricing and exact release dates for that model weren't available.

 

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