New Dell Latitude Z600 Is Thin, Beautiful And Expensive Like A Super Model

Posted: Sep 29 2009, 2:31am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:30pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


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Dell unveiled the new ultra-thin Dell Latitude Z 16-inch laptop. The Dell Latitude Z600 is according to Dell the thinnest, lightest 16-inch notebook in the world. The thin design (0.57 inch is not the only advanced feature as Dell introduced several industry firsts such as wireless docking and inductive charging with the Dell Latitude Z series.

Also new is Latitude ON. Latitude ON, a hardware-based feature that according to Dell allows you to have the full power of your laptop with the flexibility of your smartphone.
Latitude ON is a motherboard within a motherboard where a separate processor and OS boot into Latitude ON mode to provide instant, interactive access to email, contacts, calendar and the Web. And, it hooks into Microsoft Exchange, IMAP, POP and Novell GroupWise email, while delivering battery life that lasts for days, not hours. Many vendors are now offering instant boot options in laptops.

Dell targets business users with the Dell Latitude Z600, but hey aren't we all business users in one way or other? The only problem of the Dell Latitude Z600 is the price that is supposed to be beyond $2,000. Engadget has some hands-on impressions and photos of the new Dell Latitude Z. Check the Dell Shop for the Latitude Z600. Update: Dell Latitude Z Notebook on Sale now with $200 Discount

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