With lots of Korean food and my favorite Korean pop music, Dell introduced the newest additions to its line of Latitude laptops at the K-Pub BBQ at The Fort in Bonifacio Global City last October 3. Hosted by Tracy Abad, the event celebrated Dell’s Latitude 7000, 5000, and 3000 Series laptops.
What’s new with this series? Besides their sophisticated design and quality construction, Dell’s newest stunners boast durability to offer businesses of all sizes a wide variety of solutions.
In fact, these laptops have been perfectly crafted for businesses as they possess impressive features such as touch display options, enhanced student management, and improved patient care.
“The new Latitude 7000 Series builds on the success of the award-winning XPS and Latitude 6430u to redefine the corporate laptop, complete with security, manageability, reliability and beautiful design. And with the Latitude 5000 and 3000 Series, we’ve addressed the needs of today’s dynamic workforce by enabling easy entro into business-class computing,” said Christopher Papa, country manager, Dell Philippines.
Latitude 7000 Series
IT professionals’ must-have gadget, the Latitude 7000 Series comes with outstanding reliability as it is powered by Intel ultra-low voltage processors. This 12-inch beauty is just 20 millimeters thin, but it works more than how much it weighs at 1.3 kilograms.
Tri-metal chassis and Corning Gorilla Glass NBT are just some of its features. Did I mention that this is the only corporate Ultrabook designed to be backwards compatible with existing (E-) Latitude docks.
Latitude 5000 Series
While Latitude 7000 Series is the ideal laptop for IT professionals, the Latitude 5000 series is designed to be the businesses’ new best friends. Not that it will give you a cup of your favorite coffee, but these laptops are created to meet most workforce needs with 14.1-inch or 15.6-inch display options.
Aside from the Corning Gorilla Glass NBT on touch displays for scratch and damage resistance, they promise to increase productivity with up to Intel Core i7 ultra low voltage processors. Talk about extended battery life!
Latitude 3000 Series
Finally, the Latitude 3000 Series is Dell’s newest line of entry-level commercial laptops that are perfect for education and small business customers.
These laptops have 4th Generation Intel Core processors with Turbo Mode for fast data processing, and a 2GB video memory for more processing power.
How much do they cost?
The Dell Latitude 7000 Series is up for grabs at $1,049 USD while the Latitude 3000 Series can be obtained for $599 USD. Interested buyers have yet to wait for the Latitude 5000 Series price though, since it will be available by end-October of this year.
Which among these do you fancy the most?