"A netbook that should have never been made in the first place."
25 January 2010
Summary: These net books are honestly a crime against technology, the product designers at Dell should be extremely ashamed of themselves for creating such a monstrosity. The latitude 2100 has been in use at our school in Melbourne, Australia for the last 2 and a half years, in that time, practically every student and teacher at our school has come to the same consensus that these netbooks are practically rubbish.
Pros: I am struggling to find something good about this product
Summary: Our school is implementing them across the senior levels, while the juniour levels get an iPad. All 1400 students and teachers are in absolute universal agreeance that these are the single worst computer devices ever created. The touch screen is inaccurate and useless, the buttons are far too small for even the smallest of hands to type with, they lack the ability to perform simple tasks like opening a word document or a web page within a resonable time, the rubber...
Summary: We have to use these rubbish netbooks at school and we have to pay $1,800 for them. The battery life only lasts for 2 hours, it has the most slow prosesor ever and it has really really bad graphics, my iphone has more pixels than it after about four months some of the keys stop working and it takes about 20 minutes to boot up. DO NOT BUY.