Dell has updated their commercial desktop and laptop lineup with new designs, new collaboration features and new levels of performance.
New Latitude Portfolio
Dell has updated the Latitude lineup of laptops, including advanced audio and video collaboration features, sustainable materials and battery-saving mini-LED keyboard technology.
The Latitude 9440 is built with design inspiration from Dell’s XPS line. It’s equipped with a haptic collaboration touchpad for a more immersive, customisable conferencing experience. The two-in-one includes machined aluminium for a premium look and feel, and a new keyboard with wider keys with no gaps, known as zero-lattice.
The Latitude 7340/7440 Ultralights form factor helps professionals to move between meetings with ease. Both start at just under/over one kilogram – they are surprisingly light yet durable without sacrificing features, each has a 16:10 display and 5MP camera for a productive workspace with mobile convenience.
New Precision Lineup
Dell is delivering new enhancements across its Precision mobile and fixed workstations – including the latest 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and NVIDIA RTX Ada Generation Laptop GPUs – to meet the needs of power users and creators.
This year the Precision 5480 features performance improvements from processor to graphics card and beyond. Dell has added a 16-inch mobile workstation to the 5000 Series line-up. The Precision 5680 has a small 16-inch footprint with ip to Intel Core i9 (45W), and up to 64GB of DDR5 memory with the NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU. It offers even more power and immersive experiences with the 16:10 display and up to UHD+ with PremierColor in a stylish, lightweight package.
Updated OptiPlex Series
The new OptiPlex portfolio is now easier to configure, purchase and manage. Dell has simplified the portfolio so customers can quickly identify the system based on workspace and performance needs.
For example, customers can select between space-conscious designs and minimalist desk set-ups with a range of performance options, or prioritise the expandability and performance of a desktop tower.
Dell has also made the portfolio more intelligent and easier for IT admins to manage multiple or even thousands of devices with a new single BIOS setup, freeing up valuable IT time.
The Dell Optimizer’s existing features has been improved with enhancements such as intelligent audio, privacy, connectivity and collaboration that learn and respond to the way employees work.
It allows users to manage displays and peripherals more easily in one interface. Intelligent audio capabilities on PCs have also been upgraded – the echo cancelling feature cancels out distracting echoes for everyone on the call, and voice quality monitoring notifies users with a pop-up when your voice quality is poor.
For more information, visit Dell’s official website.