Dell Announces Latitude Chromebook Enterprise

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The new Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise, a 14-inch premium business laptop or 2-in-1 from Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL), boosts productivity with on-the-go power, sophisticated security and fast c...

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  2. From a business perspective this makes total sense. I think they’re also looking to maintain competition with HP in the enterprise space. WFH programs have been on the rise. Thin clients are in high demand. Good for Dell, I hope they end up ok. They’ve had some ups and downs but I’ve rooted for them.
     
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    $1100 for an i3 Chromebook? With their 5 year accidental damage warranty you're looking somewhere at $1300+. I thought the whole point of a Chromebook was "low cost"? Glad Dell is giving people buying options, yet they still won't include manual fan control setting on my G7 7790.
     
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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    The price is a bit ridiculous considering the limitations of ChromeOS....and thus, the functional limitations of the system itself.

    That was the original idea... However, the prices on Chromebooks has risen pretty consistently since they debuted, while their functionality hasn't really improved much. It's really not unusual to find laptops running Windows at lower prices than "spec competitive" Chromebooks now.
     
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    Business personnel are not the brightest tech people out there. They'll just buy whatever they get offered when in need.

    The sad reality of less informed people.
     

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