In a week where a lot of product announcements have been made so far, Dell is not a company to be left out of the loop. To that end, Dell has announced an assortment of new products for its Latitude Laptops, Chromebox, and OptiPlex Micro lineups along with a 5K monitor.
A variety of new models are being added to Dells Latitude line. The Latitude 13 7000 series is a 2-in-1 ultrabook that can double as a tablet or a laptop. It has a 13.3-inch display, backlit keyboard, and an Instant Go from sleep mode feature.
The Latitude 12 5000 series has been added alongside the Latitude 14 and 15 5000 series which is 20 percent thinner than previous models. It also has a 4-cell battery with an all-day battery life. Meanwhile, the Latitude 14 and 15 3000 series features enterprise-class support, an all-day battery life, spill resistant keyboard, and 14-inch or 15-inch displays with touch support.
For those looking for small, form-factor PCs, Dell has added the OptiPlex 9020 and 3020 Micro PCs to its OptiPlex Micro roster. Both PCs come with five mounting options and offer an assortment of hardware for business owners to choose from to create a PC that is suitable to them. For example, the 3020 gives consumers the choice of going with an Intel 4th generation Core i5 Quad Core, Core i3 Dual Core, Pentium Dual Core and Celeron Dual Core. The 9020 offers a choice between Intel 4th generation Core i7/i5 Quad Core, Core i3 Dual Core, and Pentium Dual Core.
Dell is also offering the Dell Chromebox which features an Intel 4th generation processor, 1080p webcam, speaker phone, and remote control along with mounting hardware and the cabling required for placing anywhere. It has the ability to output 4K Ultra HD resolution and display to dual monitors.
Speaking of monitors, Dell also unveiled the new Dell 55 Monitor which is a 55-inch widescreen display. It delivers full HD resolution and a 3000:1 contrast. For a more desk-friendly display Dell also announced the Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor. Capable of Ultra HD 5K resolution (5120x2880), it also has two 16W integrated Harmon Kardon speakers and offers six USB ports and one media card reader (Godon Mah Ung was able to see Dell's 5K monitor in action).
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