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Dell Launches New Latitude and End-user Computing Devices

By Martin James David - on 4 Oct 2013, 1:51pm

Dell Launches New Latitude and End-user Computing Devices

(From left to right) Cristopher Papa, Dell Country Manager, Cristopher Syling, Business Development Manager at Intel Philippines, Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager at Dell, and Tim Vergel De Dios, Audience Marketing Manager at Microsoft Philippines were present during the launch.

Combining innovation and the latest technology is Dell with its new line of Latitude notebooks and mobile and tower workstations. Unveiled yesterday were the Latitude 7000 series, Latitude 5000 series, and Latitude 3000 series. The company balances design, quality, and durability to offer businesses a wide variety of solutions. All of these new Latitude products are available with touch-enabled displays.

Dell Latitude 7000 series

The Latitude 7000 series come in a 12-inch and 14-inch form factor and are considered as one of the world’s most secure Ultrabooks to date thanks to the included Dell Data Protection solutions such as data encryption and protected workspace.

Dell Latitude 3000 series

Complementing the Latitude 7000 series are the Latitude 5000 and 3000 series notebooks. These are designed to help businesses of all sizes to make use of secure, manageable, and most of all reliable notebooks. Both the Latitude 5000 and 3000 series come in a 14-inch or 15-inch variant.

The new Latitude 7000, 5000, and 3000 series are crafted using the best materials such as brushed aluminum, reinforced magnesium alloy, steel hinges, and woven carbon fiber. Dell also made sure that the keyboards of these devices are spill-resistant and their displays are sealed. On the inside, the new Latitudes have a 4th generation Intel Core processor at their core with a discrete graphics option, SSD or hybrid drives for its storage, and touch-enabled or non-touch displays that are covered with Gorilla Glass.

Dell Precision M6800

The new Dell Precision T series of workstations.

Also part of the End-User Computing line of Dell are the Dell Precision M4800, M6800, T3610, T5610, and T7610. Run the leading content creation, engineering, scientific, and other professional software applications on these updated workstations as they are equipped with the latest high-performance workstation-class CPUs and GPUs, storage, display, and other technologies.

Pricing and Availability

The Dell Latitude 7000 series beings at US$ 1,049 and is already available. The Latitude 3000 series beings at US$ 599 and is also already available. The Latitude 5000 series will be available by the end of October 2013.

The new Dell Precision tower and mobile workstations are available today with prices starting at US$ 2,367 for the T3610, US$ 2,539 for the T5610, US$ 3,029 for the T7610, US$ 2,482 for the M4800, and US$ 2,669 for the M6800.