In addition to the announcement of the updated Precision series of portable workstations, Dell today announced the release of the updated Latitude series business notebooks. New products offer the latest Intel Comet Lake processors and support for Wi-Fi 6.
At the head of the pride are two new models of the Latitude 9000 series: the 14-inch Dell Latitude 9410 with a rotary screen, as well as the 15-inch Latitude 9510, which will be available in the usual version and also with a 360-degree display. For both models, only one screen option is available – an energy-efficient IPS display with Full HD resolution and 400 cd / m brightness2.
Dell says the Latitude 9410 and 9510 are the smallest business notebooks in their class. And the last one is also the easiest among all those on the market.
Both new products are ready to offer six-core Intel Core i7 vPro processors of the 10th generation. In addition, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modem, the Latitude 9510 can work with fifth-generation 5G wireless networks.
Equipped with a 78 Wh battery, the Latitude 9410 is ready to provide up to 27 hours of battery life on a single charge. An older laptop can be equipped with a 88 Wh battery. In this case, he will be ready to offer up to 34 hours of battery life.
The new Latitude 9000 series of laptops has only one serious drawback: limited memory. Both models can offer only 16 GB of RAM standard LPDDR3-RAM.
Next on the list are the Latitude 7000 series devices. It includes the Latitude 7210 model with a detachable keyboard, as well as the 13-inch Latitude 7310 and the 14-inch Latitude 7410. The last two new products will be available in two versions: regular and 360-degree rotating display. The Latitude 7410 is the first 14-inch Latitude laptop to receive a 4K UHD screen.
Like the older models of the 9000 series, these devices also received Intel Comet Lake-U vPro processors and offer installation up to the six-core Core i7-10810U chip (depending on the model). Optionally, everyone is offered support for 4G LTE networks, which is provided by the Snapdragon X20 modem.
The bad news for modernization fans is that on Latitude 7310, Latitude 7410 and Latitude 7210 laptops, Dell decided to abandon the free SO-DIMM RAM slots. Instead, they use RAM directly soldered to the motherboard. Fortunately, Dell offers in the first two innovations up to 32 GB of memory standard DDR4. The compact version of the Latitude 7210 with a detachable keyboard and stand is equipped with built-in 16 GB of LPDDR3 standard RAM.
The above news has already gone on sale. The most expensive new Latitude 9510 is offered by Dell from $ 1,900. The more compact Latitude 9410 is priced at $ 1800. The initial cost of the Latitude 7310 and Latitude 7410 starts at $ 1,500. For the younger model Latitude 7210 Dell asks for $ 1,000.
Unlike the above innovations, the Dell Latitude 5000 mid-range notebook series is a more practical choice. The updated Latitude 5310, 5410 and 5510, 5411 and 5511 are based on Intel Comet Lake-H processors up to six-core chips.
Latitude 5411 and 5511 models are ready to offer up to 64 GB of DDR4 RAM and a storage system up to 1 TB. The equipment also includes HDMI, RJ-45 and USB Type-C connectors. As an option, support for electronic SIM-card (eSIM). Finally, the 13.3-inch Latitude 5310 with a swivel screen is ready to offer up to 32 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of ROM, as well as USB Type-C, Thunderbolt 3.0 (USB Type-C) and HDMI ports.
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