Manchester Center, VT, October 7, 2010- Buy a netbook, and get a bundle! Digital Wish and Dell are bringing educators an unbeatable netbook package deal with everything teachers need for the classroom. The rugged Dell Latitude 2110 netbook includes a webcam, printer / scanner / copier, extra ink, Microsoft OfficeProPlus 2010, a long-life 6- cell battery, the Adventures in Technology Book/CD and a 3 year warranty, for just $629. This educators-only price is 40% off the retail price and can be found solely on the Digital Wish website at www.digitalwish.org .
The Dell Latitude 2110 netbook is back-pack ready, coated in rubber, and boasts 2 gigabytes of pre-installed memory for fast performance. The 6-cell battery can last nearly a whole school day without recharging, and the onboard webcam greatly enhances teaching and learning. The highly rated Dell V313 All-In-One Printer / Scanner / Copier is ideal for class projects and every teacher will appreciate the included cable and extra print cartridge. Microsoft OfficeProPlus bundle includes an extensive collection of powerful business class tools, including Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer this package at such an fantastic price,” said Digital Wish Founder and Executive Director Heather Chirtea, “We spent a lot of time looking at many models, and this model was tough enough for any classroom. It is amazing that we are able to offer these Dell packages at such a low price and we hope this exclusive deal through Digital Wish will encourage schools to bring more resources into the classroom at a lower budget.”
The Latitude 2110 is hailed as a “compact, ultra-portable computing solution” by Dell and measures just 10.1” in size. Originally purposed for the K-12 education market, it has been unexpectedly picked up by large business and government clients because of its accessible interface and exceptional portability.
“By getting these computers into the hands of children at a young age, we can prepare them with the skills they need to compete in today’s economy,” says Chirtea, “Our children will be learning skills that will truly help them enter college and find employment after graduation.”
Limited quantities, while supplies last. Promotion ends 10/22/2010.
About Digital Wish
Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in American classrooms. Educators build technology wish lists and describe how each resource will be utilized. They can share fundraising campaign plans or browse a free lesson plan library to find pertinent project ideas that outline the best ways to use their new classroom technology. Their classroom’s story is then posted online, for review by any donor. Digital Wish works with many institutions to set up cost-free grant programs for schools, then matches every donation with an additional 2%-10% in funding. Visit http://www.digitalwish.org.