On Tuesday, Dell announced the Latitude 7000 Series, 5000 Series and 3000 Series, new PCs designed for businesses of all sizes.
The Latitude 7000 Series is a new Ultrabook that builds on the XPS line and Latitude 6430u, creating a sleek work laptop for IT pros and end users on the go. Thin and light, the Ultrabook combines consumer-inspired features with commercial performance. The Latitude 7000 Series starts at $1,049 and will be available Sept. 12. Take a closer look in the video below.
The Latitude 5000 Series and 3000 Series laptops are designed to help businesses adopt secure, manageable and reliable notebooks. The Latitude 3000 Series starts at $599 and will be available Sept. 12, while the Latitude 5000 Series will be available in October.
The new models are constructed with brushed aluminum, reinforced magnesium alloy, strong steel hinges, woven carbon fiber, durable powder-coated underside, spill-resistant keyboards and LCD seals. They’re also all available with touch display options, with Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, for up to 10 times higher scratch resistance compared to traditional material used in laptop screens throughout the industry.
For more information, check out the Windows Experience blog.
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