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Dell Latitude product line – the best solution for business

The new lineup includes Latitude 7000 series of high-end ultrabooks, leading 5000 series and the 3000 models – devices for small-to-medium companies.

This month Dell announced two ultrabooks from Latitude 7000 Series. Now company reports about launching of two new lines:  Latitude 3000 and Latitude 5000 Series notebooks that are going to be available in September. The main goal of development of corporate Latitude line is to give business customers an opportunity to choose device according to their needs and requirements: from high-end ultraportables to entry-level model.

 

First line - Latitude 3000 will be appropriate to the small companies and for education workers. Devices will have both 14-inch and 15.6-inch displays, and will be available in touchscreen varieties. Based on Intel fourth-generation Core processors, Latitude 3000 will have up 8 GB of RAM, and will be powered by Intel HD 4400 or AMD Radeon HD 8850M.

 

Models of Latitude 5000 line refers to the mid-range price category. They will include 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch displays, Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, with storage up to 256 GB and support of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

 

Finally, the 7000 Series notebooks, which are the highest end among the group, belong to the “ultrabook” category. The main features of Latitude 7000 are 12-inch and 14-inch that come with Corning Gorilla Glass NBT. They are thin and light: only 20mm thick and weigh 1.3kg. Notebooks are based on last generation of Intel Haswell up to Core i7 with support of Intel HD 4400, and include USB 3.0, Ethernet и HDMI ports.

 

Together with security, manageability and reliability of new lineup Dell promises comfortable prices to business customers. Available now 7000 Series starting at $1,049 USD. Products of Latitude 3000 line customers will be available from 12 September, and will cost near $599 USD.  5000 Series  are expected to appear in October, but the price not yet announced.


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