latitude 2100 unboxedDell’s education-oriented Latitude 2100 netbook is already available for order in the US, but it has a preliminary ship date of late July. But Netbook News blogger Sascha isn’t in the US, he’s in Germany. And he got a chance to snag a Latitude 2100 and he’s posted an unusual outdoor-style unboxing video.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • That is by far the thickest netbook I’ve seen to date
  • There’s an optional strip that you can attach that lets you carry the netbook around your neck
  • There’s a spot for kids to put their names on the back of the battery
  • The chassis comes in several bright colors and has a ruggedized rubber feel
  • There’s a touchscreen option available

You can check out the complete video after the break.

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4 replies on “Dell Latitude 2100 unboxed – Video”

  1. Limited to 1GB???? Sorry, try reading the Dell spec sheet!!!!!! It says that it has an additional slot for a total of 2 GB.

    1. Me very bad! I tried to configure one with XP and and extra 1 GB of memory on the Higher education organization page and it won’t let you.

      You can get the extra 1 GB with Ubuntu though. Billy G strikes again.

  2. Are they kidding on the pricing? It didn’t take much to get that thing up to almost $700. I know it’s easy to get options happy but many of these options are available on the EeePC for $399. The only saving grace is the screen resolution.

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