The business line of Dell Latitude E series laptops and OptiPlex desktops has been refurbished, the company has revealed. The portfolio boasts of valuable manageability and data protection, and has apparently been adjusted to suit today’s professionals. In addition, the company has announced the worldwide availability of the Precision T1650 work station.
Aimed at providing stylish solutions while delivering business-class control, the Latitude and OptiPlex families offer enhanced connectivity, added durability and a high level of data-protection as well as high productivity with performance.
“Dell’s heritage is delivering computing solutions that help customers drive productivity and achieve results. Today we offer our strongest-ever portfolio of products, integrated solutions and services to help organizations of all sizes do more than ever,” Sam Burd, Vice President, Personal Computing Product Group, Dell, commented. “Dell’s new lineup helps customers thrive with mission-driven devices and solutions that empower end-users – in the boardroom, the classroom, the hospital, or on the battlefield – while providing the state-of-the-art manageability and data protection that IT departments require.”
The refreshments carry over to the Latitude E6230, E6330, E6430, and E6530 laptops as well as the OptiPlex 3010, 7010 and 9010 all-in-one desktops. Dell says the new lineup offers long battery-life of up to 32 hours with the optional 9-cell battery.
Third generation Intel core technology goes into the range of laptops and desktops, and there is even an optional 128GB SSD. The new array also features the zippy USB 3.0 and is optionally available with LTE and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Dell Latitude E series laptops and OptiPlex desktops price and availability information will be made public in the weeks to come.