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 www.dell.com/latitude.
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.
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