First look: Dell Latitude 2100 ruggedised netbook

The first ruggedised netbook designed specifically for schools

The Dell Latitude 2100 is configured with an Intel Atom N270 CPU, which is Hyper-threaded and has a clock speed of 1.6GHz. Our review unit came with 1.5GB of DDR2 SDRAM (1GB is built in to the motherboard, and the 512MB is installed in the SO-DIMM slot), an 80GB, 5400rpm hard drive, and integrated Mobile Intel 945GSE Express graphics that use 8MB of RAM. It has enough power for running office applications and for performing some light photo editing and multimedia tasks (such as viewing videos, and listening to and editing music). You won't want to use it for taxing content creation tasks such as video editing or extensive photo manipulation.

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