Dell Expands Desktop Replacement Lineup

Starting at $899, the Latitude 100L easily handles essential computing tasks like word processing, e-mail and Internet access, and is ideal for customers who value the flexibility and productivity that comes with mobile computing.

Weighing slightly more than seven pounds, the 100L can be custom configured with Intel Celeron or Mobile Pentium 4 processors, 14.1- or 15-inch displays, 20GB to 60GB hard drives and a variety of fixed optical drives. Optional integrated wireless capability is available for $29 (802.11b/g) or $49 (802.11a/b/g). A USB port replicator is available for $119. Complete product details can be found at

Dell supports the Latitude 100L with a portfolio of product lifecycle services including mobile and security solutions. Smaller IT staffs can focus on internal strategic initiatives while Dell’s award-winning service and support can provide accidental damage coverage, custom software integration, on-site break-fix service, advanced technical support, theft prevention security and asset management.

About Latitude: 10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Dell is marking its 10th anniversary of Latitude notebooks this year. Since 1994, Dell has provided customized mobile solutions and had shipped more than 13 million Latitude notebooks worldwide. Today, Dell is the leading supplier worldwide of notebooks for medium and large businesses. Dell’s network-optimized notebook products offer long life cycles and cross-family compatibility, all of which contribute to simplified IT management and lower total cost of ownership.

Technical Features of the Latitude 100L include:

  • Choice of Intel Celeron processors at 2.40GHz or Mobile Intel Pentium 4 processor at 2.66GHz combined with the Intel 852GMV chipset
  • Choice of 14.1- or 15-inch XGA (1024 x 768) display
  • 128MB to 1GB of DDR266 shared SDRAM
  • Choice of 20GB, 30GB, 40GB or 60GB hard drives
  • Choice of 8-cell, 65WHr or 12-cell 96WHr Lithium Ion Battery
  • Choice of CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD/CD-RW combination and DVD+RW/+R optical drives
  • Integrated 10/100 Ethernet and 56K V92 modem
  • Ports include: Two USB 2.0, VGA, Headphone and Microphone
  • Optional internal Dell Wireless 1350 802.11b/g or Dell Wireless 1450 802.11a/b/g wireless Mini-PCI card
  • Optional WWAN capability with Dell TrueMobile 5100 GPRS PC Card with choice of service from AT&T Wireless or T-Mobile
  • Choice of Windows XP Home or Windows XP Professional Operating System
  • One Year Service and Support, optional longer terms available

Intel teases 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019

Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer.

Rooting your Android device is risky. Do it right with our handy guide

Wondering whether to root your Android smartphone or stick with stock Android? Perhaps you’ve decided to do it and you just need to know how? Here, you'll find an explanation and a quick guide on how to root Android devices.

How do Nintendo Switch, Xbox One X compare to each other? We find out

The Nintendo Switch is innovative enough to stand apart from traditional consoles, but could it become your primary gaming system? How does the Switch stack up against the Xbox One?

How do the revised Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles stack up?

Microsoft's new Xbox One S and Sony's PlayStation 4 "Slim" have bucked the generational gaming console trend. But which of these stopgap systems is worth spending your paycheck on?

Like to be brand loyal? These tech titans make some of our favorite laptops

If you want to buy your next laptop based around a specific brand, it helps to know which the best brands of laptops are. This list will give you a good grounding in the most reliable, quality laptop manufacturers today.

Intel Command Center lays foundation for next year’s ‘Arctic Sound’ GPU

Intel revealed its new Command Center driver software at GDC 2019. The updated interface will control current Intel integrated graphics and also lays the groundwork for next year's Intel video card.

How much!? British Airways glitch results in $4.2M quote for family vacation

Website errors sometimes cause flight prices to display at way below the correct price. But British Airways recently experienced the opposite issue when it tried to charge a family more than $4 million for a vacation in Mexico.

Want to save a webpage as a PDF? Just follow these steps

Need to quickly save and share a webpage? The best way is to learn how to save a webpage as a PDF file, as they're fully featured and can handle images and text with ease. Here's how.

G-Sync and FreeSync can make your games look better, but which is best?

There are some subtle differences between the two adaptive refresh technology offerings, and they affect cost, performance, and compatibility. Nvidia may have released it's feature first, but in recent years AMD has stepped up to the plate…

Problems with installing or updating Windows 10? Here's how to fix them

Upgrading to the newest version of Windows 10 is usually a breeze, but sometimes you run into issues. Never fear though. Our guide will help you isolate the issue at hand and solve it in a timely manner.

Delete tracking cookies from your system by following these quick steps

Cookies are useful when it comes to saving your login credentials and other data, but they can also be used by advertisers to track your browsing habits across multiple sites. Here's how to clear cookies in the major browsers.

Get the Surface Pro 6, with keyboard included, for $1,000 at Microsoft

Thinking of buying a Surface Pro 6? Microsoft is currently running a deal on its latest Windows 2-in-1, letting you bring one home for $1,000 with the keyboard included in the price.
Product Review

Acer Predator Triton 500 review

Nvidia’s new RTX 2080 Max-Q is the fastest GPU you’ll find in any laptop, but it usually comes at a steep price. Acer’s Predator Triton 500, starting at $2,500, makes it a little more affordable. But what must you sacrifice in the…

T-Mobile goes after big cable companies, pilots wireless home internet service

In a shot at big cable companies, T-Mobile is launching a new pilot program to bring an unlimited wireless LTE home internet service to up to 50,000 homes across the United States by the end of 2019.