It looks like Dell is targeting the huge school audience with their new Dell Latitude 2100 netbook. According to a tipster and a slide leak, the Welch netbook design is branded for the education market.
With the usual Atom architecture, and featuring the 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU the Dell Latitude 2100 features a 10-inch display, and are aimed to come in at a price range of under $600.
The most entertaining element, is their names; School Bus Orange, Red Apple, Blue Ribbon and Chalkboard Black. Along with the Atom CPU the Dell 2100 Welch features up to 2GB RAM, 802.11 a/g/n, Ethernet, optional SSD, 3x USB 2.0, a SD/MMC slot and 3 or 6-cell battery options. There is also a possibility of a touchscreen display.
Update: Dell has officially announced the Dell Latitude 2100 netbook aimed at the eduction market, and we now know a few more details. It will feature a rugged rubberized design, with optional shoulder strap and carrying handle, touchscreen LCD, antimicrobial keyboard, and a Dell Mobile Computing Station docking cart (holds 24). Available with Vista, XP or Ubuntu, with a base price of $369.