The Dell Dynamics - Dell Boosts Its PC Portfolio
A Reinforced Range
Dell yesterday announced a whole array of its latest notebooks and desktops to hit the Philippine market. Its refreshed portfolios include those coming from the Vostro, Latitude, and OptiPlex lineups, all featuring durable and consumer-friendly designs. Dell strongly supports the use of state-of-the-art data management and reliability in its offerings, making them easy to use for maximum productivity. With these, Dell hopes to stay competitive against the top guns in the industry.
The Vostro series is catered towards professionals who are in need of the absolute best in their notebooks. It comes in three different models – the Vostro 3360, 3460, and 3560 – which come in three different sizes (13-, 14-, and 15-inches) and three unique colors (Aberdeen Silver, Brisbane Bronze, and Lucerne Red). All of them come with the option of equipping Intel's 3rd generation processors and either AMD's or NVIDIA's dedicated graphics cards. All three also have the choice of an optional 32GB mSATA SSD for near-instant boot-up times. Security and file safety are of no worries either, as they come with a host of encryption and backup softwares that make sure you're never at risk. If anything does go wrong, Dell provides 24/7 customer support and even an Accidental Damage Service for added insurance. Expect all three units to become available in the coming weeks with their suggested retails prices.
The Latitude and OptiPlex lineups have received a well-deserved refresh, which includes over 100 refinements for a seamless user experience. The Latitude notebooks have become especially tougher, now owning StrikeZone shock absorbers, Fast Response Free-Fall Sensors, and rubber hard drive isolation that protect your precious data from fatal drops and harmful vibration. A long battery life of up to 32.7 hours tops an already impressive specs sheet, which comprises of 3rd generation Intel Core precessors and other numerous hardware and connectivity upgrades. The OptiPlex family is doing just as well, thanks to a bevvy of high-speed wireless and wired connectivity features around its chassis, along with a space-saving design for its OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One desktop. The Latitude notebooks have a starting SRP of PhP 55,100, and the OptiPlex desktops begin their pricing at USD 1,000, depending on your desired configurations.
Be sure to visit www.dell.com for complete information on the products featured here and other Dell offerings.