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Dell unveils business- and school-friendly 13.3-inch Latitude 3330 notebook


DNP Dell unveils enterprisefriendly Latitude 3330 and Mobile Computing Cart

Cash-strapped businesses and schools are getting some love from Dell today, thanks to its freshly unveiled Latitude 3330 laptop. Shipping with an entry-level price of $419, this modest machine packs an Intel Core i5 3337U processor, a 13.3-inch 1,366 x 768 display, 2GB of DDR3L RAM, a 720p HD webcam and a 128GB SSD. Sure, it may not be the most beastly configuration, but this hardware is definitely capable of handling your homework. In case an employer or local schoolhouse needs to find safe-keeping for a fleet of its rigs, Dell also revealed its new Mobile Computing Cart to take care of the job. This $1,900 transportable docking station supports remote management and can house multiple notebooks, including up to 30 Latitude 3330s at a time. Students on a ramen-noodle budget and fledgling entrepreneurs can expect both the computer and storage cabinet to land sometime at the end of the month.

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