Dell has launched two education based tablets and a new version of Chromebook. The company has introduced Venue 10, Venue 10 Pro tablets along with Chromebook 11.
Dell Venue 10 is a Lollipop-enabled Android tablet while the Dell Venue Pro runs Windows 8.1 and will be Google Apps for Education certified. Both run Intel Bay Trail M CPUs. The Venue 10 line will have Full HD 10.1 inch screens and 10 hours of battery life. Both the tablets have microSD and full-size USB ports in addition to the microUSB charging port. The Venue 10 also has NFC support. The Venue 10 Pro tablet is the priciest of the set and starts at $330, or $380 with the keyboard and will be available on Dell.com in the U.S. and select countries around the world starting March 3, 2015. The price for Venu 10 is not out yet.
Dell has also unveiled the Chromebook 11 that has an 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366×768. Since these laptops are designed for use int he classroom, they have rugged features including Gorilla Glass screens, a MIL-STD 810G tested case for pressure, temperature, shock, and vibration resistance, and a sealed keyboard and touchpad for spill protection. The Chromebook 11 has a dual-core, Intel Bay Trail-M Celeron processor with a clock speed of 2.16GHz. It also has 16GB of internal storage and options of either 2GB or 4GB of RAM. The 2 GB of RAM base model is going to cost you $249, while the 4 GB RAM model costs $299 and will be available on Dell.com in the U.S. and select countries around the world starting February 12, 2015.