Dell is recognized for its high-end XPS laptops and budget-friendly Inspiron laptops, but more in between. Dell has unveiled various new items geared toward the hybrid workplace. The products include Latitude and Precision laptop lines, and UltraSharp monitors, with the majority of them arriving in April.
Even Dell Optimizer is getting enhancements to make it easier for people to work together. Businesses started to work in the office space rather than remote with the brand’s newest laptops, featuring 12th Gen Intel Core CPUs & Intel Wi-Fi 6E.
Amplifying the Hybrid Experience
To begin, the Latitude 9430 (starting at $2,245) is a sleek laptop with a tiny 14-inch screen with a 16:10 ratio. The device, which comes in a new shiny grey color, offers the finest screen-to-body ratio of any 14-inch business PC & a new FHD webcam, and an Intel Alder Lake i7 vPro processor with over 32GB of DDR5 memory & 1TB of storage.
Dell’s 7000 laptops series come with 32GB – RAM, 1TB – storage & the processors like Alder Lake i7 U15 & i7 P28. The displays are available in resolutions like 3840×2160 & 1920×1080 pixels & are fueled by pre-built Xenon graphics.
The Latitude 7000 series features new 13-inch, 14-inch, and 15-inch laptops and 2-in-1 models. The Latitude 7330 Ultralight ($1,899). On the other hand, it is the smallest and lightest 13.3-inch 16:9 laptop globally, weighing only 2.13 pounds. The screen is a non-touch FHD model, but touch and 2-in-1 variants are also available.
In addition, there are five new variants in the Latitude 5000 series, featuring 13, 14 & 15-inch models. With options up to an i7 H45 vPro processor, UHD (3840×2160) screen, 64GB RAM, and 4TB storage are offered in the 15.6-inch Latitude 5531($1749). Dell is touting the long-term viability of its best-selling PC line with the 5000 series. The laptop covers are created using 71 percent recyclable & renewable resources.
Delivering Unmatched Power
Dell also announced its new Precision 5470 mobile workstation, the world’s most powerful 14-inch workstation and the world’s smallest and thinnest, weighing just 1.48kg. It has a 14-inch 16:10 display with up to QHD+ (2560×1600) resolution and a processor range of 12th generation Intel Core i9 H vPro.
Dell also unveiled its new Precision 5570 and 5770 mobile workstations, which are the company’s thinnest and smallest 15″ and 17″ workstations & the improved Precision 3000 series with the Precision 3570, the ideal entry-level workstation for mobile workers.
Many new laptops come with Dell’s Optimizer, a new set of privacy measures. Intelligent privacy, including bystander protection, Express Connect for simultaneous multi-network connectivity, and intelligent audio to improve the performance of your video chats, are all part of this package.
Dell also unveiled three new monitors ($1049) to go with the notebooks when working from home. A 30-inch U3023E, a 16:10 WQXGA monitor with a USB-C Hub for convenient connection, is among the Ultrasharp monitors. It also has wired ethernet and 10Gbps connectors & front ports for convenient access.
Dell has introduced three new docks: a Dell Dual Charge Dock ($370) with 12-watt wireless Qi charging, a Thunderbolt Dock ($460), and a Universal Dock ($460) with multiple ports. Two additional 4K monitors in 27-inch (U2723QE, $724) and 32-inch (U3223QE, $1149) sizes are also offered. Both feature IPS Black technology for a higher contrast ratio of 2,000:1 and a USB-C hub for convenient connection.