I'm Dan Ackerman and we're here looking at a new Chrome Book targeted at the education market.
Dell Chrome Book eleven Dell's previous product also called the Chrome Book Eleven, this is a new version of it.
Obviously its got an eleven inch screen, you know, Intel ATM Processor, Solid State hard drive, available in either regular HD or full HD-
that's 1920 by 1080.
In either anti-glare or touch versions, I always like seeing the touch version on a Chrome book, rugged for kids, obviously, you can take the screen and make it fully flat, like this, so you can just kind of carry it around, doesn't fall all the way back like, some kind of yoga-style products do.
But I, I like these activity lights here, little, little set of three icons on the back, little light right here.
So if you're in class and the teacher says.
If you have a question, you know, hit the question button.
You do that, and the little light turns red.
Or if you want to put your hand up, it'll turn blue.
Or if you wanna like interject something into a conversation.
It can turn yellow.
Your teacher can pretty much set up exactly what the, meaning is.
And everyone can sort of participate without actually having to raise their hand.
Or call out.
This guy's gonna be available in mid February, starting at 249 and obviously if you want to add the the [INAUDIBLE] to the high rez screen, that will cost more.
I'm Dana Ackman and that is the Dell Homebook 11.
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