With the new lineup of ultrabooks and desktops that DELL released last October 3 at The Fort Strip, BGC, DELL definitely lives up to this belief. The DELL Precision, DELL Latitude, and DELL Opti-plex provide corporates and SMEs stylish, secure, and powerful computer solution.
Under the Latitude series, DELL released Latitude 3000, Latitude 5000, and Latitude 7000.
Dell 3000 is available at 12.6” or 14.1”. It is the lightest and the most affordable from the Latitude lineup. Latitude 5000 and Latitude 7000, on the other hand, are quite larger in terms of screen size.
All three Latitude ultrabooks are available with touch and non-touch displays. The price difference between the touch and the non-touch display is around $150.
The Latitude 12 and 14 7000 Series are considered to be the “world’s most secure Ultrabooks.” It comes with the best Dell Data Protection Solutions, Encryption, and advanced authentication.
The Latitude Series not only provides security and convenience to businesses, but it also offers a simple yet elegant design that business owners and executives would love.
Dell also announced the expansion of the Precision series with the most powerful and mobile workstations. The Dell Precision M4800, M6800, T3610, T5610 and T7610 are “designed to seamlessly run the leading content creation, engineering, scientific and other professional software applications.”
The T7610 is considered to be the ultra high end among the Precision series. It has RMT (Reliable Memory Technology), which is unique to DELL.
T5610, on the other hand, is considered as a high-end workstation equipped with the 4th generation Intel processors.
Lastly, DELL also unveiled the DELL OptiPlex 9020 All-In-One. Dell OptiPlex 9020 is equipped with the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processors. Users can be more productive and more efficient with its optional articulated stand and touch screen.
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