New Dell PCs promise go-anywhere productivity for professionals

Dell today has unveiled what they claim are the “world’s most intelligent and secure business PCs.” These new PCs span across Dell’s Latitude line as well as a few other PC lines.

According to Dell, the new PCs “further advance Dell’s commitment to sustainability with recycled materials, sustainable packaging, energy efficient designs and EPEAT Gold registrations.”

Boosting productivity in the Latitude line

Dell’s new ultra-premium 9000 series and completely redesigned 7000 series feature machined and brushed aluminum designs. Additionally, Dell says the PCs have long battery lives, an arrangement of different ports, and four-sided narrow border displays. They are available with 10th Gen Intel vPro processors and Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+). This should allow for “nearly three times faster speeds” according to Dell.

For executives and on-the-go professionals

The Latitude 9510 looks to be a very small and light 15-inch business PC. Weighing just 3.1 pounds, the PC offers built-in 5G. As for its battery life, it can last up to 34 hours on a single charge. Additionally, it’s powered with 10th Gen Intel vPro processors.

As for the Latitude 7410 and 7310, they’re small 14-inch and 13-inch business laptops. Also configurable as a 2-in-1, the Latitude 7410 features Dell’s first 4K, low blue light panel on a business PC

Dell also updated the Precision line

Alongside the new Latitude line update, Dell announced updates to the Precision and OptiPlex line. For creators and professionals, the Precision 5550 and 5750 are one of the thinnest 15-inch and 17-inch mobile workstations. “Creators and engineers can see and do more with the 16:10, 4-sided InfinityEdge (up to HDR 400) display,” says Dell. You can read more about the Dell Precision updates here.

Pricing and availability

The Latitude 9510 is available now starting at $1,899. The Latitude 7410 and 7310 are also available now starting at $1,499.

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Sean Berry
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