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Martin Allan Diez Business Development Manager Dell Global B.V.

Dell Client Solutions


Dell Optiplex 390 Small Form Factor POS

Dell Optiplex 790 Small Form Factor POS

Dell Optiplex 990 Small Form Factor POS

Optiplex XE USFF

Dell Switches

Dell PowerEdge Servers

Dell NB & WS


PS Series

Dell/ EMC DD

Dell Monochrome and Colour Printers

Connected Classroom (CC) in Context
1. RM VerTable with Dell Interactive Projector (S500wi) 2. Small podium style table for teacher notebook (XPS)

Promethean Interactive Whiteboard with Dell Wireless Projector (S300w)

1. Small round table for 4 2. Student NB configurations: • Latitude 2120 for K-12 (black/red/blue) x3 • Vostro for Higher Ed x2

Lexmark Education Station

16 U
1U 1U 1U 2 1 1 1 U U U U LCD Monitor Keyboard Tray Switch Router Server Storage UPS

Scenarios • Teacher delivering classroom instruction. • Teacher delivering a test. • Teacher increasing collaboration in a classroom. • Students demonstrating their understanding of a topic. • Teacher engaging and interacting with students during a lesson.

• •



All devices and computing platforms are connected via WLAN (802.11 b/g/n) and LAN (10M/100M/1G). Server – to host Edustation management software, Adobe digital school curriculum, MS office, LanSchool

Latitude™ ST Slate Tablet

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Intel® Atom® Z670 1.5 GHz Processor 2GB DDR2 SDRAM Up to 128GB SSD Storage 10.1” WXGA LED display with Corning® Gorilla® Glass Business class Gesture-enabled, multi-touch and N-Trig stylus input (stylus specifications included) 720p front/5.0MP back cameras Up to 6 hours of battery life Starting at 1.8lbs. (816g) WLAN + Bluetooth 4.0 combo card WWAN: DW5550 (H3) & DW5630 (G3) Starting at 15mm thickness TPM, Bit Locker & security lock slot Optional docking station


DELL Confidential- NDA Customer ONLY

Latitude ST Docking Station

(Latitude barrel)


(3) USB

Gigabit LAN


Audio Out


DELL Confidential- NDA Customer ONLY

Standard Latitude AC adapter

Common:  Dock – 26 laptops to 1 E-Port  Hot Swappable Media Modules  E-Slice Extended Battery  AC Adapters



E-Port Plus
– – – Optimized for dual monitors with support for VGA, 2 DVI and 2 display ports HDMI supported via adapter

Docking stations

26 laptops to 1 E-Port

– –

6 USB and 1 eSATA
Serial, parallel and two PS/2 ports Supports up to two 30” LCD with native resolution of 2560x1600 via DisplayPort

– – VGA, DVI and DisplayPort Legacy free with 6 USB and 1 eSATA

E-Legacy extender
– – – Connects to bottom of laptop Provides legacy ports when needed Additional two USB ports

Dell OptiPlex Solutions
390 580 790 990 FX130/FX170

Intel vPro

Top business value with essential productivity and excellent reliability

Mainstream productivity, security and management for dependable results

Feature rich for performance, security, energy efficiency and effective remote management

Best performance, security, manageability with environmental conscious design

Provides IT centralized security and management control and end users highly flexible access.

Stable, Manageable, Secure

Direct Detect LED

OptiPlex SFF All In One Overview
The next generation SFF All-In-One stand is optimized to support your OptiPlex 390, 790, and 990 SFF chassis
• Cable Pass-through design secures your peripherals and is video cable agnostic (supports VGA, DVI and DisplayPort)
• Stand lock slot secures system, cable cover and stand with single locking point (Kensington type lock sold separately) • Retracting carrying handle and grip point under base make portability a snap • Improved cable cover design securely and easily attaches to system (no additional switches to engage)

• Dual padlock loops allow for daisy chaining and additional security (padlocks sold separately)
• Supports Dell’s quick attach monitors up to 24” and weight adjustable design (2.5kg to 6.0kg) • Easy assembly and flexible display angle and height adjustable, rotating base design and up to 6’ video cable storage • Environmentally conscience with 10% PCR content


Dell Confidential – Internal Use Only




R5500 & FX100

For desktop workstation class performance but with mobility

2U rack workstation with world-class remote access

Single socket performance with scalability and affordability

T7500 T5500


Workstation Performance at Desktop Value

Image courtesy of SolidWorks

Small footprint chassis

Ultimate performance and scalability


Dell Confidential

Mono Laser

Dell Projector Portfolio
Designed for the road warrior who wants it all. Delivers ultra mobility, performance and ease of use in a remarkably small form.

Business, Institution, Education and Home users looking for a full featured projector at the best possible price.

Short Throw
Institutional, and Business Trainers will appreciate the ability to get in front of the group without getting in front of the image. Ideal for variable light conditions.


1510X M110 1610HD


Dell Standard Projectors
If your budget is tight, look no further than the Dell Standard Projectors. These projectors combine essential features with an affordable price for everyday use and quality, allowing you more for your money.
1210S 1420X 1430X 1510X 1610HD

Lumens: Resolution: Contrast ratio: Aspect ratio: Projection screen size: Dimensions: (W x H x D)

2500 ANSI Lumens (Max.) 800x600 (SVGA) 2200:1 typical (Full On/Full Off) 4:3 22.9”~303” (0.58m ~ 7.69m) (diagonal) 11.26” x 3.54” x 7.56” (286 mm x 90mm x 192 mm)

2700 ANSI Lumens (Max.) 1024x768 (XGA) 2400:1 typical (Full On/Full Off) 4:3 38.0” ~ 180” (0.96m ~ 4.57m) (diagonal) 11.4" x 3.6“ x 9.3” (290mm x 90.82mm x 238mm)

3200 ANSI Lumens (Max.) 1024x768 (XGA) 2400:1 typical (Full On/Full Off) 4:3 38.0” ~ 180” (0.96m ~ 4.57m) (diagonal) 11.4" x 3.6“ x 9.3” (290mm x 90.82mm x 238mm)

3500 ANSI Lumens (Max.) 1024x768 (XGA) 2100:1 typical (Full On/Full Off) 4:3 30.8“ ~ 307” (0.78m~ 7.80m) (diagonal) 11.68” x 3.46” x 7.96” ±0.04“ (296.5mm x 87.9mm x 202mm ±1mm) 5.2 lbs (2.36 kg)

3500 ANSI Lumens (Max.) 1280 x 800 (WXGA) 2100:1 typical (Full On/Full Off) 4:3 36.3” ~ 362” (0.92m~ 9.19m) (diagonal) 11.68” x 3.46” x 7.96” ±0.04“ (296.5mm x 87.9mm x 202mm ±1mm) 5.2 lbs (2.36 kg)


5.3lbs (2.4kg)

5.7 lbs (2.6 kg)

5.7 lbs (2.6 kg)

Bring life to your presentations/lessons

Dell S500wi Interactive Ultra Short Throw Projector

All of the benefits of the Dell short throw projectors, with all the excitement of being able to interact with your content, for a lower cost than an interactive whiteboard.

• Use the rechargeable interactive pen to interact with your content • Use on any surface or up to nearly 30 ft off surface
– Perfect for existing buildings; no remodeling required – Doesn’t take away existing boards that teachers are comfortable with

– No fragile boards that can be damaged

• Works with any software you can control with a mouse • Includes eInstruction software for easy, interactive lessons
– CD with Single License – ExamView and Electronic Textbook format friendly

• Low cost solution; outfit more rooms with the same budget. No special board or screen to buy or install.


Meet the Dell M110 Ultra-Mobile Projector
Get the freedom to project bright, colorful images on the go from your computer and other mobile devices with the small, lightweight Dell M110 Ultra-Mobile Projector. With 300 ANSI Lumens (Max.), the Dell M110 is bright enough to project clear, bright graphics in a variety of lighting conditions and easily fits in a laptop or travel bag.

A variety of connectivity and storage options allow you to run projections from a demo or presentation, to a photo slideshow, to a video or video game.
The small size, bright light source and versatility make the Dell M110 the ideal projection solution for the professional-onthe-go.



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