Dell woos budget business users

Dell has introduced a new notebook that it hopes will storm the business and education sectors thanks to its ultra-low price.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  March 18, 2005

Dell has introduced a new notebook that it hopes will storm the business and education sectors thanks to its ultra-low price. The firm's Latitude 110L is a durable, black Centrino machine and available with either a Celeron M or Pentium M CPU inside. Screen sizes vary from 14.1 to or 15 inches, while storage options include 30GB to 60GB hard drives and a variety of optical drives. Optional integrated wireless capability is also available, as is a USB port replicator to turn the notebook into an effective business desktop, and an upgrade from Windows XP Home edition to Professional. The L110 has already started shipping to Emirates Computers in the UAE and will be available shortly, priced from $979. It will face tough competition from budget machines such as Acer's TravelMate 4001LCI.

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