The Dell M5030 Laptop
Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States. With over a 150 million Spanish speakers in our country, it seems very obvious that Spanish-language electronics would be common on retailer’s shelves. Yet, this has not been the case; Spanish speakers in the United States have always been sold English-language laptops, forcing users to spend an exhausting amount of time searching for Spanish characters in menus on an English-language operating system.
As a solution to the Spanish speaker’s dilemma, Dell is releasing the United States’ first Spanish-language laptop. Dell is selling Spanish version of the M5030 in limited release throughout BrandsMart USA stores in Georgia and Florida for $499. The laptop is equipped with a Spanish keyboard and operates with Windows 7 in Spanish.Dell says the new laptop is in response to their Hispanic customer’s needs. “By listening, we realized there was a need to develop a laptop that was 100 percent designed for Spanish speakers, affordable and available in the United States. The concept was to introduce a laptop that meets all of these needs and enables Spanish-speaking families to better communicate and keep in touch with relatives, share information and experience the ultimate in technology,” said Gerald Zapata of Dell. Other than being fitted for Spanish speakers, the Spanish Version the M5030 Dell laptop is practically indistinguishable from the M5030 currently sold in regards to processor, memory, display and other specs.
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