Dell Technologies has announced a new line of products, including an interactive monitor, Latitude and Dell Chromebooks, and a new charging cart.
All products in the new lineup are designed to “help educators integrate technology with new teaching and learning practices, while encouraging students to follow their own path of discovery”.
Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT)
The new large-format Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT) is ideally suited as a primary classroom display or for group collaboration. It features vivid 4K resolution and 20-point multi-touch InGlass capability allowing multiple users to interact with the screen simultaneously. Using their fingers, or passive styluses (two included), students can write or draw with virtually zero lag and can easily erase written content with the palm of their hands. The natural and intuitive touch functionality is compatible with virtually all industry-standard software.
Latitude 3300 Education
The Latitude 3300 Education offers a higher resolution display and up to 16 hours and 52 minutes of battery life in a 13” notebook with an embedded Full HD touch option. Featuring a dark grey matte finish, the notebook is available with Intel Celeron, Pentium, and up to Core i5 processors to support the demands of STEM applications. The device features USB-Type C for power and data transfer and DDR4 4GB or 8GB memory options.
Dell Chromebooks 3100, 3100 2-in-1 and 3400
The Dell Chromebook 3000 series gets a refresh with Intel Gemini Lake processors, which have shown great performance on speedometer 2.0 testing showcasing a 42.3 score on the Chromebook 3100. To support connectivity and collaboration, the series features new 2×2 Intel wireless cards and USB Type-C for charging and data transfer. The devices are also easier to manage for IT, with two-year life cycles and six-plus years of Google Auto Updates at time of launch.
Dell Compact USB-C Charging Cart Prewired for USB-C Laptops (CT36UC20)
To eliminate the need for on-site wiring prior to deployment, the Dell Compact USB-C Charging Cart Prewired for USB-C Laptops (CT36UC20) ships with 36 USB-C power adapters pre-installed into the cart, saving valuable IT time. Cart power is provided by Ergotron’s patented PowerShuttle charging management system which efficiently charges up to 36 devices from a 12A wall outlet and is 40% faster than standard round robin systems.
“Recent Dell Technologies research on Generation Z – those born in the mid-1990s and later – confirms our belief that for students to be successful now and in the future, educators must empower them to drive their own success and support them with tools and resources that ignite students’ natural curiosities,” said Adam Garry, director of education strategy at Dell. “These new devices enable both educators and students to inquire, create and collaborate seamlessly, wherever learning takes place.”
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